Figure3: (A) Chest radiograph (postero-anterior view) showing a cavity in the right upper zone (arrow), and ( B ) lower zone (arrow). ( C ). Chest radiograph (postero-anterior view) in a patient presenting to the emergency room with severe breathlessness showing right-sided pneumothorax (asterisk). Sputum smear was positive for acid-fast bacilli. ( D ).Chest radiograph (poster-anterior view) showing left-sided massive pleural effusion. ( E ). Chest radiograph (poster-anterior view) in another patient showing left-sided loculated pleural effusion. ( F ). CECT (chest) of the same patient showing left-sided loculated pleural effusion (asterisks). (G) Clinical photograph of a patient with disseminated TB showing right-sided cervical lymphadenopathy with cold abscess. (H) CECT chest of the same patient showing left-sided pleural effusion (asterisk), left hilar lymphadenopathy [arrow (mediastinal window)]; and ( I ) and bilateral parenchymal infiltrates and left sided pleural effusion (asterisk) (lung window).