A 63-year-old man with a past medical history of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), stage IV sarcoidosis on 3-4 liters of home oxygen and chronic prednisone, moderate aortic stenosis, and a prior aspergilloma for which he had a left upper lobe lung resection presented to the hospital with two weeks of worsening shortness of breath.
Cooper, MD, Jillian and Kurian, MD, Christine
"Bilateral Intercostal Lung Herniations: A Rare Incidental Finding in a Dyspneic Patient,"
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