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Correction: Empyema necessitans and a persistent air leak associated with rupture of an anaerobic lung abscess due to bacteroides
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Sharma V, Blyth KG. Empyema necessitans and a persistent air leak associated with rupture of an anaerobic lung abscess due to bacteroides. Thorax 2018;73:91–3. doi: 10.1136/thoraxjnl-2017-210462.

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Figure 1 CT images (lung settings (A), mediastinal settings (B) acquired in a female patient with empyema necessitans (EN) and a persistent air leak related to a ruptured right lower lobe lung abscess. Extensive subcutaneous emphysema is highlighted in panel A (white asterix), which also shows right lower lobe lung consolidation (black arrow), an adjacent hydropneumothorax, a small left pneumothorax and a pneumomediastinum. Panel B shows a defect in the parietal pleura and subpleural tissues (white arrow), resulting in discharge of infected pleural fluid into the subcutaneous tissues (EN, white asterix).

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