Figure 5. Chest Radiographs suggesting miliary TB. It represents hematogenous dissemination of an uncontrolled tuberculous infection. Although implants are seen throughout the body, the lungs are usually the easiest location to image. Miliary deposits appear as 1-3 mm diameter nodules uniformly distributed in the lung parenchyma. (Picture courtesy- Prof Mary John & Dr Neeru Mittal, Christian Medical College and Hospital, Ludhiana)