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Figure 2: 46 year old male with PSS. (a and b) CXR shows volume loss and basal reticular changes suggestive of interstitial lung disease. (c) Axial CT scan shows basal reticular changes, ground glass opacifi cation and traction bronchiectasis in a pattern that is suggestive of NSIP (nonspecifi c interstitial pneumonia). Note the dilated lower esophagus suggestive of dysmobilty. (d) Prone high resolution CT shows persistent ground glass opacities, reticular changes and traction bronchiectasis, confi rming the presence of fi brosis. (e) Coronal CT scan shows the basal distribution of fi brotic changes in PSS

Figure 2: 46 year old male with PSS. (a and b) CXR shows volume loss and basal reticular changes suggestive of interstitial lung disease. (c) Axial CT scan shows basal reticular changes, ground glass opacifi cation and traction bronchiectasis in a pattern that is suggestive of NSIP (nonspecifi c interstitial pneumonia). Note the dilated lower esophagus suggestive of dysmobilty. (d) Prone high resolution CT shows persistent ground glass opacities, reticular changes and traction bronchiectasis, confi rming the presence of fi brosis. (e) Coronal CT scan shows the basal distribution of fi brotic changes in PSS