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Figure 1: Composite computed tomography images of the chest showing bilateral lower lobe predominant consolidation (right) with characteristic low attenuation soft-tissue opacity (−10 HU) seen in the mediastinal windows (arrow). There were no lymph nodes, effusions, or pneumatocoeles

Figure 1: Composite computed tomography images of the chest showing bilateral lower lobe predominant consolidation (right) with characteristic low attenuation soft-tissue opacity (−10 HU) seen in the mediastinal windows (arrow). There were no lymph nodes, effusions, or pneumatocoeles