Dyspnea and bilateral interstitial pulmonary infiltrates in an intravenous drug user.


CASE PRESENTATION BRADLEY S. JONES, MD: A 66-year-old man, a known intravenous heroin user for 45 years, presented to Baylor University Medical Center (BUMC) in May 2001 with a painful left upper arm after falling off a crate. A fractured left humerus was diagnosed, the arm was placed in a sling, and the patient was sent home. Upon reviewing the radiograph… (More)


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