Lung India


Year
: 1997  |  Volume : 15  |  Issue : 3  |  Page : 123--124

Bilateral Hilar Prominence : A Diagnostic Dilemma


Rajinder Singh Bedi 
 

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Rajinder Singh Bedi


A 28 year-old-male clerk, presented with six weeks history of fever, dry cough, vague chest pain and decreased appetite. Except for a small gland in right supraclavicular region, clinical examination was non-contributory. His chest skiagram was as in Fig.1.


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Singh Bedi R. Bilateral Hilar Prominence : A Diagnostic Dilemma.Lung India 1997;15:123-124


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