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Figure 1 :Bacterial bronchiolitis. Chest X-ray of a 36-year-old human immunodeficiency virus-positive male with a CD4 count of >400 presenting with productive cough. Note (left) the peribronchial thickening. The right hand film is a blown-up image showing the peribronchial thickening more clearly (arrow). The high-resolution computed tomography (lower left) depicts bronchiectasis, centrilobular nodularity/"tree-in-bud" mosaic attenuation in the same patient

Figure 1 :Bacterial bronchiolitis. Chest X-ray of a 36-year-old human immunodeficiency virus-positive male with a CD4 count of >400 presenting with productive cough. Note (left) the peribronchial thickening. The right hand film is a blown-up image showing the peribronchial thickening more clearly (arrow). The high-resolution computed tomography (lower left) depicts bronchiectasis, centrilobular nodularity/