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55-year-old non-smoker presented with progressive exertional shortness of breath for 3 years.He was previously a construction site worker for more than 20 years. Physical examination was unremarkable except that the patient was tachypnoeic.
Laboratory investigations were essentially normal and lung function test revealed a constrictive pattern. A CXR was performed.What is the most possible diagnosis?

A. Mediatinal Lymphadenopathy

B. Silicosis

C. Pulmonary Tuberculosis

D. Bronchogenic Carcinoma


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