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Volume 11, Number 1—January 2005

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Mycobacterium lentiflavum Infection in Immunocompetent Patient

Chiara Molteni*, Lidia Gazzola*, Miriam Cesari*, Alessandra Lombardi*, Franco Salerno*, Enrico Tortoli†, Luigi Codecasa‡, Valeria Penati‡, Fabio Franzetti*, and Andrea Gori*Comments to Author 
Author affiliations: *University of Milan, Milan, Italy; †Careggi Hospital, Florence, Italy; ‡Villa Marelli Institute, Milan, Italy

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A) Pulmonary computed tomographic scan representation of Mycobacterium lentiflavum lesions. Radiologic image shows the appearance of a widespread reticulonodular alteration and an opacity in the left middle lobe. B) Chest radiograph evolution after 3 months of treatment shows a sustained improvement of the radiologic alterations to the left pulmonary middle lobe.

Figure. A) Pulmonary computed tomographic scan representation of Mycobacterium lentiflavum lesions. Radiologic image shows the appearance of a widespread reticulonodular alteration and an opacity in the left middle lobe. B) Chest radiograph evolution after 3 months of treatment shows a sustained improvement of the radiologic alterations to the left pulmonary middle lobe.

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