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A 47-year-old man developed chest pain and low-grade fever. He was diagnosed with pneumonia with parapneumonic pleural effusion using a chest X-ray image (figure 1A) and CT without contrast (figure 2A). Although he received azithromycin, followed by garenoxacin, imaging indicated worsening of the condition (figures 1B and 2B). As haemoptysis was observed, he was referred to our hospital.
He had never smoked and had been previously healthy except for atrial fibrillation that had been successfully treated via catheter ablation, without …
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