An Unusual Multi Organ Presentation of Hydatid Cyst: A Case Report
A 35 year old female patient presented with cough, purulent production and dyspnea. In computerized tomographic scan (CTscan)numerous cysts were observed in chest, abdomen and paravertebral muscles.Because the cysts were ruptured, surgical intervention was planned for her thoracic lesions without prior anti-parasitic medical treatment. She had no complications in short- term follow up.
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