Tuberc Respir Dis > Volume 31(4); 1984 > Article
Tuberculosis and Respiratory Diseases 1984;31(4):197-201.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.4046/trd.1984.31.4.197    Published online December 1, 1984.
A Case Report of the Pulmonary Cryptococcosis Associated with Hilar Lymphadenopathy
Sang Beom Sim1, Young Bin Jeon1, Jong Ho Kim1, Dong Soon Kim1, Nam Soo Lee2, Kwang Hyun Sohn2, Seong Sook Kim3, Hae Je Jo3, Il Hyang Ko3
1Department of Internal Medicine, Inje Medical College, Paik HosPital, Seoul, Korea
2Department of Chest Surgery, Inje Medical College, Paik HosPital, Seoul, Korea
3Department of Pathology, Inje Medical College, Paik HosPital, Seoul, Korea
폐문부 림파절비대를 동반한 폐장 Cryptococcus증 1예
심상범1, 전영빈1, 김종호1, 김동순1, 이남수2, 손광현2, 김성숙3, 조혜제3, 고일향3
Abstract
Cryptococcosis is a noncontagious, often opportunistic mycosis in volving lung, meninges, skin and bone. We nave experienced one case of pulmonary cryptococcosis without evidence of involving other organ. Patient was a 59 years old diabetic woman presented with 2 months duration of anterior chest pain and mass lesion on chest X-ray. Cryptococcus was found at the tissue obtained from thoracotomy and combined therapy with amphotericin B and 5-flucytosine was given.


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