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Invasive aspergillosis in immunosuppressed patients: potential hazard of hospital building work

, : Invasive aspergillosis in immunosuppressed patients: potential hazard of hospital building work. Bmj 301(6755): 802-804

Cases are reported in 3 patients who developed invasive aspergillosis while receiving immunosuppressive therapy with high dose corticosteroids and cyclophosphamide for systemic vasculitides at the same time as demolition work was occurring on the hospital site. All 3 patients died.

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