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  • condition usually presents between 30-50 years
  • more commonly affects males than females
  • presents with fever, cough, haemoptysis and shortness of breath
  • Secondary infection is common especially with nocardia, aspergillus, candida and cytomegalovirus
  • One third of patients do not require treatment and spontaneous resolution occurs.

Last reviewed 01/2018