Are there specific radiographic findings—cavities, diffuse nodules, or expansion of pulmonary nodules—or other triggers in patients with culture-positive MAC lung disease that indicate a need for initiation of antimicrobial therapy?

Are there specific radiographic findings—cavities, diffuse nodules, or expansion of pulmonary nodules—or other triggers in patients with culture-positive MAC lung disease that indicate a need for initiation of antimicrobial therapy?

Are there specific radiographic findings—cavities, diffuse nodules, or expansion of pulmonary nodules—or other triggers in patients with culture-positive MAC lung disease that rise to the level of actionability with respect to initiation of antimicrobial therapy?


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Presenter

Patrick Flume, MD

Patrick Flume, MD

Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics Medical University of South Carolina Powers-Huggins Endowed Chair for Cystic Fibrosis University of South Carolina Charleston, South Carolina