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The most recent chest radiograph showed bilateral interstitial infiltrates and bilateral pleural effusions (Figure 1).
A clinical diagnosis of PCP was made in patients with 'atypical' pneumonia with the following features: (i) hypoxia out of proportion to the clinical findings on auscultation; (ii) C-reactive protein (CRP) count less than 10 mg/l, or low; (iii) lactate dehydrogenase (LDH) level above 500 IU/l; (iv) bilateral perihilar interstitial infiltrates on chest radiograph (CXR), compatible with a diagnosis of PCP; and (v) positive HIV enzyme-linked immunosorbert assay (ELISA).
In contrast to the polymorphous interstitial infiltrate in LIP, interstitial patterns of low-grade B-cell lymphoma have a monomorphous appearance.
A new skin biopsy, carried out 3 years after starting the disease, showed an inflammatory process with perivascular and interstitial infiltrate of lymphocytes and plasma cells, foci of sclerosis at the dermal subcutaneous junction, and thick subcutaneous septa; the epidermis showed no pathologic changes.
The underlying dermis had multifocal perivascular and interstitial infiltrates composed of lymphocytes and plasma cells (Fig 3).
A chest radiograph revealed diffuse bilateral nodular interstitial infiltrates.
This disorder is generally suggested by clinical and radiographic evidence of interstitial infiltrates with ground-glass opacities.
However, in a substantial proportion of patients, the respiratory phase is characterized by early focal interstitial infiltrates progressing to more generalized, patchy, interstitial infiltrates.
Computerized tomography (CT) scanning of the thorax revealed bilateral alveolar or interstitial infiltrates in all the patients, except the case with pleura-based 67x30x30mm opacity in the anterior segment of the right upper lobe.

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