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JCU MB4 Term 1 Week 4 (COPD)

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42-year-old male smoker, chronic mild dyspnoea, productive cough with white sputum for 4 years. Picture shows lung biopsy. What is the diagnosis?

Chronic Bronchitis Biopsy


2

60-year-old male, post-MI, bedrest for 12 days. Develops right-sided severe chest pain & tachypnoea. Lung gross specimen shown. What is the preceding disorder?

Lung Infarction


3

45-year-old male with chronic productive cough. Lung gross specimen shown. What is the diagnosis?

Bronchiectasis


4

29-year-old male, high fever, cough, dyspnoea. Sputum gram stain shown. What is the likely type of pneumonia?

Streptococcus Pneumoniae Gram Stain


5

35-year-old male smoker. Bronchial biopsy shown. What is the diagnosis?

Chronic bronchitis - mucosal hyperplasia


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45-year-old male, cough, purulent sputum for 1 year. Bronchus biopsy shown. What is the diagnosis?

Bronchiectasis biopsy


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32-year-old male, chronic COPD for 20 years. He presents with worsening dyspnoea and right sided heart failure since 3 months. Lung gross specimen shown. What is the diagnosis?

Centrilobular emphysema


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42-year-old male smoker with a history of COPD for 20 years. He presents with abundant productive cough with greenish sputum since 3 months. Lung gross specimen shown. What is the diagnosis?

Bronchiectasis


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52-year-old male with a history of chronic productive cough. What is the diagnosis?

Bronchiectasis


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What is the most common type of emphysema seen in smokers?