A RARE CASE OF BILATERAL APICAL ASPERGILLOMA

Dr. Perisetty Tulasi Kumari, Dr. N. Nagarajan, Dr. Pavan Kumar

Abstract


A 57 year old male, a known diabetic, well controlled with insulin
therapy presented with h/o low grade fever, left sided chest pain,
dry cough, loss of appetite for 6 months duration. His vitals were
stable. Examination of respiratory system revealed signs of right
pleural effusion and other systems were normal. The pleural fluid
was an exudate. The cytology (lymphocytosis) and elevated ADA
was suggestive of Tubercular etiology. The patient was started on
Antitubercular therapy(14/2/2018).


Keywords


bilateral aspergilloma voriconazole asymptomatic

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