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Figure 3 (A-C): A 30-year-old male, a case of allergic bronchopulmonary aspergillosis with moderate asthma, total IgE level 850.7 IU/mL, and specific IgE 20.9 kUA/L. Spirometry shows moderate obstructive pattern (FEV1 Pre 60%, FEV1 Post 56%, FVC Pre 65%, FVC post 75%, MEF pre 57%, and MEF post 32%). (A) High-attenuation mucus (white arrow) is seen. (B) CT images reveal central (arrowheads) as well as peripheral bronchiectasis (arrows). (C) Multiple areas of mucus plugging (black arrow) and bronchial wall thickening (white arrow) are present

Figure 3 (A-C): A 30-year-old male, a case of allergic bronchopulmonary aspergillosis with moderate asthma, total IgE level 850.7 IU/mL, and specific IgE 20.9 kUA/L. Spirometry shows moderate obstructive pattern (FEV1 Pre 60%, FEV1 Post 56%, FVC Pre 65%, FVC post 75%, MEF pre 57%, and MEF post 32%). (A) High-attenuation mucus (white arrow) is seen. (B) CT images reveal central (arrowheads) as well as peripheral bronchiectasis (arrows). (C) Multiple areas of mucus plugging (black arrow) and bronchial wall thickening (white arrow) are present