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Airways (tracheobronchial) Chest X-ray showing poorly defined bilateral nodular opacities (Al-Alawi 2007).
Airways (tracheobronchial) Chest X-ray showing poorly defined bilateral nodular opacities (Al-Alawi 2007).

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Al-Alawi A, Ryan F. Aspergillus Pseudomembranous Tracheobronchitis Complicating Treatment of COPD Exacerbations. Kuwait Med J. 2007;9(2):184-7 Article

Obstructing tracheobronchitis Mucus plugs seen obstructing the lumen of the bronchi (Kramer 2005).
Obstructing tracheobronchitis Mucus plugs seen obstructing the lumen of the bronchi (Kramer 2005).

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Ulcerative tracheobronchitis after lung transplantation. A new form of invasive aspergillosis Article

Invasive tracheobronchitis Gross pathologic specimen from autopsy shows the bronchial lumen covered by multiple whitish endobronchial nodules (arrows) (Franquet 2002).
Invasive tracheobronchitis Gross pathologic specimen from autopsy shows the bronchial lumen covered by multiple whitish endobronchial nodules (arrows) (Franquet 2002).

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Franquet T, Serrano F, Giménez A, Rodríguez-Arias JM, Puzo C. Necrotizing Aspergillosis of large airways: CT findings in eight patients. J Comput Assist Tomogr. 2002 May-Jun;26(3):342-5 Article

Invasive tracheobronchitis Invasive tracheobronchitis showing numerous nodules seen during bronchoscopy (Ronan D’Driscoll).
Invasive tracheobronchitis Invasive tracheobronchitis showing numerous nodules seen during bronchoscopy (Ronan D’Driscoll).

Invasive tracheobronchitis showing numerous nodules seen during bronchoscopy (Ronan D’Driscoll).

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Pseudomembranous tracheobronchitis Pseudomembranous seen overlying the bronchial mucosa (Tasci 2006).
Pseudomembranous tracheobronchitis Pseudomembranous seen overlying the bronchial mucosa (Tasci 2006).

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Tasci S, Glasmacher A, Lentini S, Tschubel K, Ewig S, Molitor E, Sauerbruch T, Lüderitz B, Rabe C. Pseudomembranous and obstructive Aspergillus tracheobronchitis - optimal diagnostic strategy and outcome. Mycoses. 2006 Jan;49(1):37-42 Article

High power microscopy of H&E strained mucus plug Microscopy of a fungal plug
High power microscopy of H&E strained mucus plug Microscopy of a fungal plug

High power H&E stain of an ABPA plug showing sheets of eosinophlis surrounded by myelin basic protein (intense pink) within amorphous mucus.

Low power microscopy of H&E strained mucus plug Microscopy of a fungal plug
Low power microscopy of H&E strained mucus plug Microscopy of a fungal plug

Low power H&E staining of an ABPA plug showing the extent of amorphous mucoid material counting pink myelin basic protein of esosinophils and other material (not well defined).

Medium power microscopy of H&E strained mucus plug Microscopy of a fungal plug
Medium power microscopy of H&E strained mucus plug Microscopy of a fungal plug

ABPA plug stained with H&E showing many eosinophils surrounded by myelin basic protein (intense pink) and neutrophils within amorphous mucus.

High power microscopy of GMS strained mucus plug Microscopy of a fungal plug
High power microscopy of GMS strained mucus plug Microscopy of a fungal plug

Higher power GMS stain showing Aspergillus hyphae surrounded by amorphous material characteristic of an ABPA mucous plug.

Medium power microscopy of GMS strained mucus plug Microscopy of a fungal plug
Medium power microscopy of GMS strained mucus plug Microscopy of a fungal plug

Medium power GMS stain showing dark staining fragmented  hyphae scattered within an ABPA mucous plug.

Low power microscopy of GMS strained mucus plug Microscopy of a fungal plug
Low power microscopy of GMS strained mucus plug Microscopy of a fungal plug

Low power GMS stain showing fragmented dichotomously branching hyphae scattered with an ABPA mucous plug.

Homeopathic remedy A bottle of homeopathic pills intended to treat aspergillosis.
Homeopathic remedy A bottle of homeopathic pills intended to treat aspergillosis.

A bottle of homeopathic pills intended to treat aspergillosis.

Fungal ball A fungal ball, or plug, coughed up by a patient.
Fungal ball A fungal ball, or plug, coughed up by a patient.

A fungal ball, or plug, coughed up by a patient.

Removal of fungal ball from maxillary sinus: Image A, Image B, Image C
Image A, Image B, Image C Removal of fungal ball from maxillary sinus:

CT scans: This patient had bilateral extensive fungal rhinosinusitis caused by bipolaris spicifera. See video clip

Ref: Clin Microbiol. 2003 October; 41(10): 4885–4887 (With permission of Dr Walter Buzina, Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery, University Medical School, Graz, Austria)

A. Coronal section, showing eye, maxillary sinus, beneath the eye the nasal cavity is swollen and full of mucosa and nasal polyps.

B. Sagittal section- scan shows nasal polyps extending into the erythmoidal sinuses

C. Endoscopy view of left nasal passage.

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