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Pulmonary Mycobacterium malmoense and aspergillus infection: a fatal combination?
  1. F G Böllert,
  2. P J Sime,
  3. W MacNee,
  4. G K Crompton
  1. Respiratory Unit, Western General Hospital, Edinburgh.

    Abstract

    Three patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease developed coexisting Mycobacterium malmoense and aspergillus infection. All suffered progressive lung destruction leading to early death despite prolonged antimycobacterial chemotherapy.

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