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Volume 19, Number 3—March 2013

Letter

Melioidosis and Hairy Cell Leukemia in 2 Travelers Returning from Thailand

Benjamin Rossi1, Loïc Epelboin1Comments to Author , Stéphane Jauréguiberry, Maryline Lecso, Damien Roos-Weil, Jean Gabarre, Philippe A. Grenier, François Bricaire, and Eric Caumes
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: Groupe Hospitalier Pitié-Salpêtrière, Paris, France (B. Rossi, L. Epelboin, S. Jauréguiberry, M. Lecso, D. Roos-Weil, J. Gabarre, P. Grenier, F. Bricaire, E. Caumes); Université Pierre et Marie Curie–Paris VI, Paris (L. Epelboin, S. Jauréguiberry, D. Roos-Weil, P.A. Grenier, F. Bricaire, E. Caumes)

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Computed tomography (CT) images of the chest and abdomen of case-patient 1 showing A) a subpleural nodular and cavitary lesion (arrow) in the left upper lobe of the lung and B) multiple small round liver abscesses and enlargement of the spleen and multiple foci of ill-defined areas of hypoattenuation (arrows). CT images of the chest and abdomen of case-patient 2 showing C) a focal area of parenchymal consolidation in the left lung associated with an ipsilateral mild pleural effusion and D) and a

Figure. . . Computed tomography (CT) images of the chest and abdomen of case-patient 1 showing A) a subpleural nodular and cavitary lesion (arrow) in the left upper lobe of the lung and B) multiple small round liver abscesses, seen as multiple foci of ill-defined areas of hypoattenuation (arrows), and enlargement of the spleen. CT images of the chest and abdomen of case-patient 2 showing C) a focal area of parenchymal consolidation in the left lung associated with an ipsilateral mild pleural effusion and D) and a spleen abscess (arrow).

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1These authors contributed equally to this article.

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