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Information about Actinomycosis

Published on January 24, 2008

Author: hanjho


M 46 Sx: cough, sptum, intermittent chest discomfort

Dense consolidation with geographic low-attenuation area in right middle lobe

Filamentous bacterial organism in neutrophil-rich background Fine Needle Aspiration Smear

Filamentous bacterial organism in neutrophil-rich background

Filamentous bacterial organism in neutrophil-rich background Neutrophils Actinomycosis

Right Middle Lobe, Multiple abscess with cavity having necrotic material and inflammatory exudate

Abscess with acute inflammation

Imflammatory exudate in bronchial lumen

Imflammatory exudate with degenerated actinomycotic colony

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