[A case of Mycobacterium avium lung infection with a pleural effusion].


Pleural effusions seldom accompany nontuberculous mycobacterial infections. We reported one such case of M. avium lung infection with pleural effusion. A 40-year old male was admitted to our hospital complaining of right chest pain and general fatigue. His chest X-ray showed a consolidation in the right lower lung field. The day after admission, a right… (More)


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