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Lung Abscess and Empyema in a Heart Transplant Recipient from Thailand

9650.1 - Lung Abscess and Empyema in a Heart Transplant Recipient from Thailand

Presenter: Jackrapong Bruminhent, Brian Patrick Pogatchnik, Francisco Lopez Medrano, Ellen Nascimento, , ,
Authors: Jackrapong Bruminhent, Brian Patrick Pogatchnik, Francisco Lopez Medrano, Ellen Nascimento, Wanessa Clemente, Stephanie Pouch

Overview

This case involves a heart transplant recipient from Bangkok with a lung abscess. The discussion will focus on the differential diagnosis and the multidisciplinary approach adopted.

Learning Objectives

  1. Discussion of the clinical and epidemiological aspects of the case
  2. Analysis of the microbiological findings, pathological features and imaging
  3. Review of clinical and surgical management

Organized in collaboration with the TID Official Journal

Wanessa Clemente, Brazil
Chair
Bio

Stephanie Pouch, USA
Chair
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Jackrapong Bruminhent, Thailand
Speaker
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Francisco Lopez Medrano, Spain
Panelist
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Brian Patrick Pogatchnik, USA
Panelist
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Ellen Nascimento, Brazil
Panelist
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