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Figure 1: AFB view of lung lesions. (a) Superior view of a normal tracheal bifurcation; (b) Mild inflammation of the right main bronchus; (c) Mild inflammation of the left main bronchus; (d) Hyperemia at the right upper bronchus; (e) Exudation from the left lower bronchus; (f) Metastatic calcification of the main bronchus

Figure 1: AFB view of lung lesions. (a) Superior view of a normal tracheal bifurcation; (b) Mild inflammation of the right main bronchus; (c) Mild inflammation of the left main bronchus; (d) Hyperemia at the right upper bronchus; (e) Exudation from the left lower bronchus; (f) Metastatic calcification of the main bronchus