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Pulmonary Infarction Mimicking An Aspergilloma In A Heart Transplant Recipient

Antonacci F*, Belliato M, Bortolotto C, Di Perna D, Dore R, Orlandoni G and D’Armini AM

Published: 30 January, 2017 | Volume 1 - Issue 1 | Pages: 005-006

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Figure 2:

Chest CT, mediastinal window.The pulmonary artery shows no filling defect; the mass appears as a round, solid and homogeneously hypovascular lesion. None of these features is coherent with the classic aspect of a pulmonary infarct (wedge shaped and associated with a thrombus in the feeding vessel); while their absence is coherent with the diagnosis of angioinvasive aspergillosis [2].

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