Published in Health Risk Factor Week, November 17th, 2009
"The case of a lung transplant recipient with CA is presented. Six months after transplantation, 3 painful skin nodules appeared, with 1 each in the right calf, left arm, and upper back. Exudate from the leg nodule yielded Aspergillus fumigatus. Computed tomography of the chest showed bilateral hilar lymphadenopathy, but < 1 cm in size. The case could be the result of Aspergillus dissemination from a hypothetical asymptomatic pulmonary infection. The lack of lung...
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