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Amiodarone lung toxicity (presumed)
The presence of hepatic and splenic high density does not imply amiodarone hepatoxicity. This can be seen
Pneumomediastinum and pneumothorax was presumably secondary to rupture of a small honeycomb or bleb.
Traction bronchiectasis is indicative of established fibrotic changes.
Ground glass opacification (GGO) in this context is non-specific. GGO is due to displacement of air at a resolution beyond HRCT, and may be due to reversible causes such as fluid or irreversible causes ie fibrosis.