Pulmonary aspergillosis

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Pulmonary aspergillosis

  1. 1. Pulmonary aspergillosis Dr / Hytham Nafady
  2. 2. Etiology
  3. 3. Aspergilloma
  4. 4. Aspergilloma saprophytic aspergillosis
  5. 5. DD of aspergilloma Causes of air crescent sign: • Angio-invasive aspergillosis (no preexisting cavity) • Lung abscess. • Bronchogenic carcinoma. • T.B cavity with Rasmussen aneurysm. • Hydatid cyst.
  6. 6. ABPA
  7. 7. Allergic bronchopulmonary aspergillosis ABPA
  8. 8. ABPA 2 months after TTT
  9. 9. DD of ABPA Causes of mucoid impaction: • Endobronchial lesions, • Bronchial atresia, and • Bronchiectasis.
  10. 10. Semi-invasive aspergillosis
  11. 11. Semi-invasive aspergillosis chronic necrotizing pulmonary aspergillosis
  12. 12. Air way invasive aspergillosis
  13. 13. Air way invasive aspergillosis
  14. 14. Centrilobular nodules with tree in bud opacities
  15. 15. Focal areas of consolidation with peribronchial distribution
  16. 16. Angio-invasive aspergillosis
  17. 17. Aangio-invasive aspergillosis
  18. 18. Angio-invasive aspergillosis
  19. 19. DD of angio-invasive aspergillosis DD of Halo sign: • Hemorrhagic metastases. • Kaposi sarcoma. • Wegner granulomatosis.
  20. 20. DD of angio-invasive aspergillosis
  21. 21. DD of angio-invasive aspergillosis
  22. 22. DD of angio-invasive aspergillosis DD of air crescent sign: • Aspergilloma (pre-existent lung cavity) • Lung abscess. • Bronchogenic carcinoma. • T.B cavity with Rasmussen aneurysm. • Hydatid cyst.

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