Mid mediastinal and bilateral hilar lymphadenophy.
Fungal or atypical mycobacterial etiology.
Hazy and reticulonodular Infilitrates in the right upper lobe; and to a lesser extent, there is also some infilitrates in the posterior left upper lobe and in the basal left lower lobe.
Minimally prominent lymph nodes seen in the visualized upper abdomen, in the region of the gastrohepatic ligament.
I have more questions, but I'll wait for the answers to these.
Enlarged lymph nodes in the chest and upper abdomen near the liver, swelling around the bronchi, more accumulation of (probably) lymph in both lungs. There is an infection of fungal or bacterial origin. I'm not sure I got it right though.
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