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Figure 1: (a) Computed tomography of the chest showing thin-walled pneumatoceles (asterisks) with air–fluid level and septae, associated with bronchiectasis and a peripheral nodule. The mediastinal window setting (b) demonstrates a peripheral nodular lung abscess (arrowheads) and intramuscular abscesses on the chest wall (arrows). Coronal reconstruction (c) reveals numerous intramuscular collections and intra-abdominal abscesses, most with peripheral contrast enhancement, on the left psoas muscle and in the left adrenal region (white asterisks). Note also the abscesses on the chest wall (arrows)

Figure 1: (a) Computed tomography of the chest showing thin-walled pneumatoceles (asterisks) with air–fluid level and septae, associated with bronchiectasis and a peripheral nodule. The mediastinal window setting (b) demonstrates a peripheral nodular lung abscess (arrowheads) and intramuscular abscesses on the chest wall (arrows). Coronal reconstruction (c) reveals numerous intramuscular collections and intra-abdominal abscesses, most with peripheral contrast enhancement, on the left psoas muscle and in the left adrenal region (white asterisks). Note also the abscesses on the chest wall (arrows)