Lady Windermere syndrome

What is Lady Windermere syndrome?

Lady Windermere syndrome represents the nonclassical form of atypical mycobacterial infection and most commonly occurs in elderly women. Typical imaging features include right middle lobe and lingula predominant scarring, nodules, bronchiectasis, bronchitis, and bronchiolitis. Cavitary nodules as seen in TB and the classical form of atypical mycobacterial infection are not present.


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