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Fig. 5 | BMC Infectious Diseases

Fig. 5

From: Pulmonary strongyloidiasis: assessment between manifestation and radiological findings in 16 severe strongyloidiasis cases

Fig. 5

Case 16: A patient with larvae detected from respiratory specimen, received steroid therapy and developed sepsis with acute respiratory distress syndrome (hyperinfection syndrome). Chest X-ray shows diffuse ground-glass opacity and consolidation in the lung, as well as a chest drainage tube in the lower left thoracic cavity. Ileum gas could not be detected. CT shows diffuse ground-glass opacity and obvious inter-lobular septal thickening (arrow head), so-called crazy-paving, and pleural fluid

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