Atlas of AIDS Co-infection by Jinxin Liu, Tang Xiaoping

By Jinxin Liu, Tang Xiaoping

This Atlas of AIDS Co-infection illustrates imaging beneficial properties and medical results of AIDS comparable ailments. studying number of diversified imaging will improve the radiologists adventure and data approximately AIDS-related illnesses, and in addition support clinicians making well timed analysis and acceptable optimum therapy. It belongs within the library of every Radiologist, HIV professional and all of who care approximately Infectious ailments.

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The chest radiographs showed a huge rounded opacity in the right lung, with sharp edge and cavity with liquid-air interface in the lesion, the high-density patchy opacity with blurring edges around the lesion and thickened markings of the bilateral lung 18 2 Imaging findings of AIDS with pulmonary Rhodococcus equi disease (g) (h) (i) (j) (k) (l) Fig. 2: (continuing) (a, b). The CT scans with the lung window showed a huge high-density opacity in the posterior segment of upper lobe and the dorsal segment of lower lobe in the right lung with many cavities inside the lesion, and the small high-density spotty or patchy opacities with blurring edge around the lesion (c–f).

45. Bronchoalveolar lavage fluid (BALF) grew Candida albicans. The diagnosis was AIDS (C3) with pulmonary candidiasis. (g) (h) (i) (j) (k) Fig. 3: (continuing) The chest radiograph shows multiple high-density patchy opacities with blurring edge and ground-glass appearance in the bilateral lung, and cavitary opacities of different sizes on the upper lungs (a). The CT scans with lung window show high-density diffusethin patchy opacity with blurring edge in the bilateral lungs as well as multiple cavitary opacities of various sizes in it (b–f).

Wandering pulmonary infiltrations and central bronchiectasis on radiographic imaging are considered specific in PA. 3. Invasive pulmonary aspergillosis (IPA): IPA is on set opportunistically when a huge number of aspergilli invade into the lung in short term. As the most invasive disease, it occurs more commonly in patients with severe immunodeficiency, especially in AIDS patients. Compared with the others, IPA presents with more severe symptoms clinically. Literature reports it has the highest mortality of 56 %–76 %.

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