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From: Meningitis in a Chinese adult patient caused by Mycoplasma hominis: a rare infection and literature review

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Computed tomography (CT) scans of the patient’s brain and lung during hospitalization. a. Cerebral CT scan revealed an extensive left hematoma in the temporal region of the hemispheres and moderate lateral ventricle enlargement with a drainage tube in it. The hematoma was surrounded by brain edema, narrowed gyri and the right–shifted cranial midline. b. Thoracic CT scan (lung windows) revealed a cavity with a wall of 7-mm thick surrounded by patchy shadowing in the right lower lobe. c. After 30 days of therapy, resolving brain swelling was seen in the CT scan with decreased edema. d. After 30 days of therapy, thoracic CT scan (lung window) revealed that the area of cavitation had decreased substantially

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