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COPD and chronic ILD secondary to leukemia with acute PAP

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Affiliation: Madigan Army Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: COPD and chronic ILD secondary to leukemia with acute PAP

History: 74 yo female with history of leukemia and COPD now with acute onset of shortness of breath.

Findings: Predominately basilar and peripheral interlobular septal thickening with scattered areas of ground glass opacity, consolidation, and fibrosis.

Ddx: DDX is that of ILD (see FACTOID). *Pulmonary edema (CHF) *Bacterial pneumonia *Pulmonary alveolar proteinosis

Dxhow: Bronchoalveolar lavage PAP+

Exam: rales and crackles at the bases, CBC with elev white count (lymphocytes and neutrophils) and immature forms, BAL is PAS+

No MeSH data available.


CT (3mm collimation) shows peripheral interlobular septal thickening with scattered focal consolidation and GGO.
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COPD and chronic ILD secondary to leukemia with acute PAP

Decker CWD - MedPix

CT (3mm collimation) shows peripheral interlobular septal thickening with scattered focal consolidation and GGO.
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MPX1031_synpic20041: CT (3mm collimation) shows peripheral interlobular septal thickening with scattered focal consolidation and GGO.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Madigan Army Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: COPD and chronic ILD secondary to leukemia with acute PAP

History: 74 yo female with history of leukemia and COPD now with acute onset of shortness of breath.

Findings: Predominately basilar and peripheral interlobular septal thickening with scattered areas of ground glass opacity, consolidation, and fibrosis.

Ddx: DDX is that of ILD (see FACTOID). *Pulmonary edema (CHF) *Bacterial pneumonia *Pulmonary alveolar proteinosis

Dxhow: Bronchoalveolar lavage PAP+

Exam: rales and crackles at the bases, CBC with elev white count (lymphocytes and neutrophils) and immature forms, BAL is PAS+

No MeSH data available.