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Figure 1 (A-D): (A) Baseline CT scan shows multiple cavitatory nodules (white arrowheads). (B) Air density is seen in the ascending aorta (black arrow) and at the right coronary ostium (black arrowhead). There is minimal pneumothorax (star). (C) Air density is seen along the course of the right coronary artery (black arrowhead). (D) The tip of the lung biopsy needle is seen within the lung but away from the nodule. Air density is seen in the ascending aorta (black arrow) and along the course of the right coronary artery (black arrowhead)

Figure 1 (A-D): (A) Baseline CT scan shows multiple cavitatory nodules (<i>white arrowheads</i>). (B) Air density is seen in the ascending aorta (<i>black arrow</i>) and at the right coronary ostium (<i>black arrowhead</i>). There is minimal pneumothorax (<i>star</i>). (C) Air density is seen along the course of the right coronary artery (<i>black arrowhead</i>). (D) The tip of the lung biopsy needle is seen within the lung but away from the nodule. Air density is seen in the ascending aorta (<i>black arrow</i>) and along the course of the right coronary artery (<i>black arrowhead</i>)