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From: Primary Toxoplasma gondii infection-associated with hemophagocytic syndrome in a man with HIV infection: a case report

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Presentation of Chest and Abdomen computed tomography (CT) findings. Chest CT showed thickened bronchial walls with surrounding interstitium in both lungs, double-track signs (A), thickened interlobular septa, multiple ground-glass opacities in the periphery of both lungs (BE), widened pulmonary artery segment (F), a small amount of pleural effusion on both sides and pericardial effusion (G). Abdomen CT showed severe fatty liver and splenomegaly (H). After 2-week chest CT indicated significant improvement of pulmonary lesions (IM), normal pulmonary artery segment is visible (N), pleural effusion and pericardial effusion disappeared (O), fatty liver and normal spleen (P)

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