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Figure 51 :Bronchiolitis obliterans with or without organizing pneumonia in the absence of infection can be a feature of acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS). This is an infrequent imaging diagnosis, although focal air trapping on expiratory computed tomography, consistent with bronchiolitis obliterans, has been demonstrated in two-thirds of human immunodeficiency virus-positive patients without AIDS, the severity increasing with the duration of infection

Figure 51 :Bronchiolitis obliterans with or without organizing pneumonia in the absence of infection can be a feature of acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS). This is an infrequent imaging diagnosis, although focal air trapping on expiratory computed tomography, consistent with bronchiolitis obliterans, has been demonstrated in two-thirds of human immunodeficiency virus-positive patients without AIDS, the severity increasing with the duration of infection