, Pietro Roversi, Anna Fabio, Federico Antenora, Mariagrazia Apice, Sara Tagliazucchi, William Gennari, Giulia Fregni Serpini, Fabio Rumpianesi, Leonardo M. Fabbri, Rita Magnani, and Monica Pecorari
Figure. High-resolution computed tomographic chest images of a man with prolonged pulmonary disease caused by Mycobacterium marseillense, Italy. A) October 6, 2005. Bilateral bronchiectasis, mainly in the middle lobe and lingula, associated with multiple nodules and middle lobe consolidation. B) June 7, 2010. Increased micronodular opacities, mainly in the right middle and lower lobes, and a worsening of the bronchiectasis. C) August 3, 2013. Persistence of nodular component, cavitation, and wider bronchiectasis with bronchial wall thickening.