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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, …
Contributors IH and MF contributed to patient management. IH and RI drafted the initial manuscript. KD critically reviewed the manuscript. All author contributed to writing the manuscript. All the authors have provided written consent for publication.
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Competing interests None declared.
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