A 47 year old man with nonproductive cough and right-sided chest pain.

  title={A 47 year old man with nonproductive cough and right-sided chest pain.},
  author={Ingeborg Claes and H. R. Slabbynck and Lieven Bedert and Daniella Galdermans and Inge Dierckx and D. Coolen},
  journal={The European respiratory journal},
  volume={10 9},
A 47 yr old man was admitted to our hospital because of persisting nonproductive cough, dyspnoea on exertion and right-sided chest pain of several weeks duration. He was febrile (37.5°C) and had noticed a weight loss of 5 kg within the last 2 months. The only pertinent medical history was a cluster headache, for which he was treated intermittently with methysergide. He had taken a cumulative dose of approximately 630 mg over a 21 month period. He was working as a clerk, had no history of… CONTINUE READING


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