By Jinxin Liu, Tang Xiaoping
This Atlas of AIDS Co-infection illustrates imaging positive aspects and medical results of AIDS similar illnesses. studying number of diversified imaging will increase the radiologists adventure and information approximately AIDS-related ailments, and in addition support clinicians making well timed analysis and applicable optimum therapy. It belongs within the library of every Radiologist, HIV professional and all of who care approximately Infectious illnesses.
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HRCT demonstrated diffusive small nodules of both lungs clearly (h, i). 0 °C, accompanied with cough and white mucus. A small mung bean-sized lymph node can be touched in the left neck, which had smooth edge and can be moved easily without haphalgesia. 45, BALF culture: Candida albicans positive. 26 3 Imaging manifestation of pulmonary candidiasis in AIDS (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) Fig. 2 a–l: Pulmonary candidiasis. 2 Imaging findings 27 Fig. 2: (continuing) The chest radiograph showed ill-edged clouding opacities located in middle lobe and posterior basal segment in the right lung (a, b).
CT scan with mediastinal window showed no enlarged lymph nodes (f). 3 (Fig. 3 a–e) A 32-year-old female, presented with sore throat, retrostenal pain for 14 days, aggravating and followed by fever for 3 days. 0 °C, accompanied with chill, cough up amount of yellow phlegm. Bilateral lung sound increased and moist rales were heard in left lung. 2 Imaging findings 37 BALF culture: Aspergillus. The diagnosis was pulmonary aspergillosis, esophageal fungal infection with AIDS (C3). (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) Fig.
4 % of the entire deep-organ fungal infections, which are caused mainly by candida, aspergillus, cryptococcus, mucor and penicillium. Currently, approximately 42 % of the fungal pneumonias in immunocompromised patients are caused by Candida albicans species. The symptoms, signs and radiographic imaging manifestations of the pulmonary candidasis are nonspecific. Based on the clinical features, there are three types: 1. bronchitis: the lesion located in the bronchus, presenting slight symptoms such as cough (non-productive sputum); 2.