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Figure 3 (A-E): CXR findings highly suggestive of active TB. (A) CXR showing unilateral (right) paratracheal and hilar lymphadenopathy (solid arrow) with ill-defined air–space opacity in left lower zone (dashed arrow). (B) CXR showing parenchymal consolidation in left upper zone with cavitation (black arrow) and multiple air–space nodules in bilateral upper and mid zones. (C) CXR showing bilateral randomly distributed discrete miliary nodules with consolidation in left upper zone (solid arrow) and bilateral paravertebral shadow (dashed arrow) suggestive of paravertebral abscess. (D) CXR showing multiple thick-walled cavities (solid arrow) with surrounding consolidation in left upper and mid-zone silhouetting left cardiac border. (E) CXR showing unilateral left-sided pleural effusion

Figure 3 (A-E): CXR findings highly suggestive of active TB. (A) CXR showing unilateral (right) paratracheal and hilar lymphadenopathy (<i>solid arrow</i>) with ill-defined air–space opacity in left lower zone (<i>dashed arrow</i>). (B) CXR showing parenchymal consolidation in left upper zone with cavitation (<i>black arrow</i>) and multiple air–space nodules in bilateral upper and mid zones. (C) CXR showing bilateral randomly distributed discrete miliary nodules with consolidation in left upper zone (<i>solid arrow</i>) and bilateral paravertebral shadow (<i>dashed arrow</i>) suggestive of paravertebral abscess. (D) CXR showing multiple thick-walled cavities (<i>solid arrow</i>) with surrounding consolidation in left upper and mid-zone silhouetting left cardiac border. (E) CXR showing unilateral left-sided pleural effusion