A young man with progressive worsening dyspnoea

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Bandaralage, Sahan
Sriram, Bajee
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2018
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A man aged 35 years with a 14-pack year history of smoking presented to his general practitioner with a 12-month history of progressive dyspnoea. Physical examination revealed finger clubbing and bilateral upper lobe fine inspiratory crackles. Chest X-ray (CXR) showed micronodular opacification in the mid zones, extensive upper lobe fibrocystic change, superior displacement of the hila and a small left pneumothorax (Figure 1).

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Australian Journal of General Practice

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47

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12

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Sahan P Semasinghe Bandaralage & Krishna Bajee Sriram, A young man with progressive worsening dyspnoea. Australian Journal of General Practice Volume 47, Issue 12, pp. 856-858. Available at https://dx.doi.org/10.31128/AJGP-05-18-4579

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Bandaralage, S; Sriram, B, A young man with progressive worsening dyspnoea, Australian Journal of General Practice, 2018, 47 (12), pp. 856-858

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