IPA in lymphoma

(Fig 1) Chest radiograph with 'classical' appearance of a pulmonary infarction - a wedge-shaped lesion peripherally set against the pleura.

His case has been previously reported (Denning DW, Williams AH). Invasive pulmonary aspergillosis diagnosed by blood culture and successfully treated. Br J Dis Chest (1987) 81, 300).

Chest radiograph with 'classical' appearance of a pulmonary infarction - a wedge-shaped lesion peripherally set against the pleura. This patient was receiving chemotherapy including corticosteriods, who had had a splenectomy previously presented with fever and right-sided pleuritic chest pain. Blood cultures grew Aspergillus fumigatus and he responded to amphotericin B and flucytosine.

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