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Table 1 Clinical and radiological features

From: Does transbronchial lung cryobiopsy give useful information in asthmatic patients?

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Sex M F F
Age 37 74 48
Smoking Status No No No
Exposure No No No
Allergies Acarus, olive, grasses No No
Age onset asthma 37 74 33
FEV1 (% pred) 84 120 86
DLCO (% pred) 74 62 68
Blood tests Not relevant IgE: 211 Eosinophils: 0,80 × 103/mmc (11,5%)
IgE: 442
Asthma therapy Beclomethasone/Formoterol 200/6 bid Beclomethasone/Formoterol 100/6 2 puff bid Os: Prednisone 5 mg qd; Fluticasone/Vilanterol 184/22 qd
CT scan abnormalities Peribronchiolar ground glass attenuation in the RUL, in the lingula and in both the posterior segments of the lower lobes. A thickening of the bronchial walls Peribronchiolar ground glass opacities in the RUL, RLL, alveolar consolidations in the RLL and mediastinal lymphoadenopathies Centrilobular micronodules and bronchiectasis in the medium lobe, in the right superior and inferior lobes
  1. RUL right upper lobe, RLL right lower lobe, LLL left lower lobe