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Figure 5: 58-year-old male with PSC. (a) Chest radiograph shows volume loss of lungs and bilateral diffuse, predominantly peripheral and basilar areas of reticular opacities indicative of fi brosis. (b) Axial CT scan shows basal reticular changes in a peripheral distribution along with traction bronchiectasis and architectural distortion. There is also esophageal dilation (c) Coronal CT shows basal and peripheral ground glass opacities, reticular changes, architectural distortion and traction bronchiectasis. (d) Esophagogram shows dilated esophagus due to dysmotility

Figure 5: 58-year-old male with PSC. (a) Chest radiograph shows volume loss of lungs and bilateral diffuse, predominantly peripheral and basilar areas of reticular opacities indicative of fi brosis. (b) Axial CT scan shows basal reticular changes in a peripheral distribution along with traction bronchiectasis and architectural distortion. There is also esophageal dilation (c) Coronal CT shows basal and peripheral ground glass opacities, reticular changes, architectural distortion and traction
bronchiectasis. (d) Esophagogram shows dilated esophagus due to dysmotility