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Figure 4: 48-year-old female with PSS. (a) Axial CT scan shows the presence of volume loss and patchy areas of ground glass opacities in the lower lobes. There is also esophageal dilation, indicating dysmotility. (b) Coronal CT scan shows scattered areas of ground glass opacities associated with volume loss and traction bronchiectasis in a patient with scleroderma. (c) Axial CT scan with soft tissue window shows esophageal dilation. (d) Axial CT scan at a higher level and in soft tissue window show dilated pulmonary arteries, due to pulmonary hypertension

Figure 4: 48-year-old female with PSS. (a) Axial CT scan shows the presence of volume loss and patchy areas of ground glass opacities in the lower lobes. There is also esophageal dilation, indicating dysmotility. (b) Coronal CT scan shows
scattered areas of ground glass opacities associated with volume loss and traction bronchiectasis in a patient with scleroderma. (c) Axial CT scan with soft tissue window shows esophageal dilation. (d) Axial CT scan at a higher level and in soft tissue window show dilated pulmonary arteries, due to pulmonary hypertension