A patient with bronchiectasis presented with progressive dyspnoea and an unresolved right lower lung infiltrate

Lin, P.-Y.; Yu, C.-J.; Yao, M.; Ku, S.-C.; Lee, L.-N.; Yang, P.-C.
October 2008
Thorax;Oct2008, Vol. 63 Issue 10, p876
Academic Journal
journal article
The article presents a discussion concerning a patient with bronchiectasis, progressive dyspnoea and an unresolved right lower lung infiltrate. An overview of her medical records is mentioned. Study shows that her right lower lung mass has solid parts interspersed with air bronchograms and that hypervascularity within the lesion is presented. Images of her diagnosis are also provided.


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