Neumonía criptogénica organizada cavitada y anormalidades de los ganglios basales Presentación de un caso

Cavitary Cryptogenic Organizing Pneumonia and abnormalities of the Basal Ganglia Case presentation

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Enrique Prieto
Sergio Mora Alfonso

Resumen

La Neumonía Criptogénica Organizada (NCO) es una enfermedad pulmonar con un amplio espectro de características radiológicas. Se presenta el caso de una paciente joven de 16 años, con aparición en TAC de múltiples nódulos cavitados en ambos pulmones, que respondió con completa resolución luego de terapia con corticosteroides. Esta paciente también presentó anormalidades en los ganglios de la base como resultado de encefalopatía hipóxico – isquémica asociada con la presentación aguda de esta entidad.


Justificamos la inclusión de NCO en el diagnóstico diferencial de múltiples nódulos cavitados , y se discuten los diagnósticos diferenciales de sus anormalidades a nivel de los ganglios de la base.

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Enrique Prieto, Hospital Universitario de la Samaritana

Médico Internista - Neumólogo. Jefe Departamento Neumología . Hospital Universitario de la Samaritana. E.S.E. Bogotá.

Sergio Mora Alfonso, Hospital Universitario de la Samaritana

Residente II año Medicina Interna. Hospital Universitario de la Samaritana. E.S.E. Bogotá.

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