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From: Proven invasive pulmonary mucormycosis successfully treated with amphotericin B and surgery in patient with acute myeloblastic leukemia: a case report

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Findings of pulmonary mucormycosis detected by computed tomography (A, B) and multi-slice computed tomography (C). A) First hospitalization, soft-tissue alveolar-consolidation changes of the anterior and posterior segment of the upper lobe (arrow). B) Second hospitalization, peribronchial circular thickening, with deformation and constriction of all bronchial segments, with peribronchial propagation in the form of irregular, interlobular septal and nodular (up to 1cm) opacities (arrow). Suspected clot masses were viewed in the lumen of the superior vena cava, inferior vena cava, azygos vein and splenic vein. C) Third hospitalization, the signs of minor regression of the soft-tissue inflammatory consolidation of the upper right lobe (arrow).

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