Case 83: The Constant Diagnostic Confounder
This entity has multiple presentations and can be tough to diagnose only on radiology
This 51-years old presented with fever, cough and streaky hemoptysis and the lesions progressed over a month.
What do you think is the likely diagnosis?
- Pneumonia type invasive mucinous adenoca
- Fungal infection
- Atypical infection / tuberculosis
To see the case in detail and the answer and discussion, please see the video below
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