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From: Human immunodeficiency virus-associated vacuolar encephalomyelopathy with granulomatous-lymphocytic interstitial lung disease improved after antiretroviral therapy: a case report

Fig. 3

Axial HRCT image of the chest on admission (a, b) and post-ART (c). a Multiple centrilobular small nodules and branching opacities within all lung lobes, associated with small areas of ground-glass opacities (GGO) in the peribronchiolar region and bronchial wall thickening are seen. b Axial HRCT image on expiratory scan (lower image) shows lobular and subsegmental areas of mosaic pattern (arrowheads) due to air trapping in small airways, which is not evident from the inspiratory scan (upper image). c Improvement in interstitial abnormalities of the lung compared to pre-ART

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