MULTIPLE PULMONARY ARTERY ANEURYSMS : A CASE REPORT OF PULMONARY VASCULITIS
Presenting history – A 24 year old male patient came with complaints of haemoptysis since 3months, aggravated on exertion around 3-4 episodes per day with around 3-4 ml of frank blood. No complaint of chest pain/ fever. No past history of PTB. No e/o significant past history. Patient tested negative for HLA b51 and Anti-nuclear antibody.
Kumar, Sanath Dr; Das, Sudha Kiran Dr; and M, Gurumurthy Dr, "MULTIPLE PULMONARY ARTERY ANEURYSMS : A CASE REPORT OF PULMONARY VASCULITIS" (2021). Radiology Teaching Files. 1.