RB is to be diagnosed only in smokers. 

Case 47: When Does RB become RBILD and RBILD-Fibrosis?

RB is to be diagnosed only in smokers.

Bhavin Jankharia

This patient with a 22-pack years history of smoking had a CT scan done for fever. The CT showed extensive, ill-defined centrilobular/bronchocentric branching opacities.

The video discusses the diagnosis of RB, how to differentiate it from other causes of centrilobular nodules and opacities, and how RB becomes RBILD or RBILD-fibrosis.

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