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From: Acute necrotizing pneumonia combined with parapneumonic effusion caused by Mycobacterium lentiflavum: a case report

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Chest X-ray and chest computed tomography (CT) findings in M. lentiflavum-infected patient. Chest Radiography (a; posteroanterior view, b; left decubitus view) shows consolidative lesion in the left lower lobe with fluid shifting sign. Chest CT scan revealed that solid consolidative lesion occupied the left lower lobe with air-bronchogram (c and d). Despite of the antibiotics therapy, the radiologic features were aggravated showing abscess formation in the left lower lobe, accompanying left pleural effusion and newly developed pneumonic infiltrative lesion on the right middle lobe (e and f)

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