Usual interstitial pneumonia with concomitant intracavitary and endobronchial mycetomas
History of interstitial lung disease and rheumatoid arthritis. Currently presenting with low-grade fever.
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60-year-old female with known rheumatoid arthritis. She presented with low-grade fever, for which she underwent a CT thorax. The imaging features are compatible with usual interstitial pneumonia (UIP) pattern with associated intracavitary and intrabronchiectatic mycetomas, most probably aspergillomas.
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