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A patient with RML syndrome. A. Chest X-ray: Shows generalized bronchial wall thickening with evidence of peribronchial infiltrate, most marked in the hilar region. Area of atelectasis in the right middle lobe with loss of definition of the right heart border. B. CT chest: subcarinal lymphadenopathy. The RML irregular small bronchi, which are dilated and associated with consolidation.

A patient with RML syndrome. A. Chest X-ray: Shows generalized
bronchial wall thickening with evidence of peribronchial infiltrate, most marked in the hilar region. Area of atelectasis in the right middle lobe with loss of definition of the right heart border. B. CT chest: subcarinal lymphadenopathy. The RML irregular small bronchi, which are dilated and associated with consolidation.