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Acute haemoptysis caused by Aspergillus mycetoma

Praxis und Klinik der Pneumologie 37(Special issue 1): 1059-1061
Acute haemoptysis caused by Aspergillus mycetoma
Clinical features of aspergilloma are reviewed on the basis of case reports in 24 yr. Men were affected 2.3 x more often than women. Peak incidence was in the 40-60-yr age group. Haemoptysis was present in 65% of the cases.

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