The classic radiographic appearance of pulmonary aspergilloma is a solid, round, often mobile intracavitary mass. We describe an unusual "cavity-incavity" appearance seen on conventional roentgenograms and computed tomography studies in two patients with confirmed pulmonary aspergilloma. We are not aware of any previous report describing such appearance based on literature search.
- "Cavity-in-cavity" appearance
- Computed tomography
- Pulmonary aspergilloma
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Radiology Nuclear Medicine and imaging