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A 76-year-old Japanese man was transported to our emergency room in summer with a coma and fever. His Glasgow coma scale score was E4V2M4, and his body temperature was 37.8°C. As part of a clinical workup, a pulmonary examination was performed, which revealed reduced breath sounds in the right basal hemithorax. Chest radiography revealed a round lesion on the right inferior lobe (figure 1). Lung tumour or abscess was suspected, but blood examination revealed renal dysfunction; thus, …
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