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Wegener Granulomatosis 

Wegener Granulomatosis
Wegener Granulomatosis

Edward C. Rosenow

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date: 24 January 2022

Paragonimiasis can look like this, but it is extremely rare in the US unless a patient emigrated to the US

Interestingly, cavitated lesions do not become infected often

Staphylococcal pneumatoceles are not in the differential diagnosis because there is no history of pneumonia, and they usually are not this multiple. Also, Wegener granulomatosis is more insidious but symptomatic...

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