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Candida micro-abscesses

Candida micro-abscesses

(Science: radiology) multiple small hypodense (and hypoechoic) lesions, in liver with or without spleen, often target lesions, candida albicans mycelia, immunocompromised patients, such as leukaemics differential diagnosis: metastasis (larger), leukaemic infiltration (nodular or tumefactive deposits rare), miriad small lesions most likely to be pathognomonic for candida


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