Long-term follow-up: Tuberculosis, bronchiectasis and chronic pulmonary aspergillosis
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MUNTEANU, Oxana; CHESOV, Dumitru; RUSU, Doina; VOLOȘCIUC, Irina; BOTNARU, Victor. Long-term follow-up: Tuberculosis, bronchiectasis and chronic pulmonary aspergillosis. In: Pneumologia. 2019, nr. 3(68), pp. 138-143. ISSN 2067-2993.
10.2478/pneum-2019-0020
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Pneumologia
Numărul 3(68) / 2019 / ISSN 2067-2993

Long-term follow-up: Tuberculosis, bronchiectasis and chronic pulmonary aspergillosis

Monitorizare pe termen lung: Tuberculoză, bronșiectazii, aspergiloză pulmonară cronică


DOI: 10.2478/pneum-2019-0020
Pag. 138-143

Munteanu Oxana1, Chesov Dumitru12, Rusu Doina13, Voloșciuc Irina1, Botnaru Victor1
 
1 ”Nicolae Testemițanu” State University of Medicine and Pharmacy,
2 Research Center Borstel,
3 Institute of Phtysiopneumology „Chiril Draganiuc”
 
Disponibil în IBN: 10 martie 2020


Rezumat

Pulmonary sequelae related to tuberculosis (TB) are among the major causes of bronchiectasis in Eastern Europe. The role of bacterial colonisation in the pathogenesis of bronchiectasis has been continuously studied over the last decades, less understood remains the impact of fungal infection, alone or in association with bacterial. Although the data on the development of chronic pulmonary aspergillosis (CPA) secondary to TB are scarce, recent evidence suggests a higher prevalence of CPA in patients with a past history of pulmonary TB than it was previously estimated. We present a case of natural evolution of CPA, with a radiological follow-up, in a patient with post-tuberculous bronchiectasis.

Cuvinte-cheie
ronchiectasis, Chronic pulmonary aspergillosis, imaging, tuberculosis