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Figure 4 (A and B): A 52-year-old male, a case of allergic bronchopulmonary aspergillosis with mild persistent asthma, total IgE 1251.9 IU/mL, and specific IgE 0.36 kUA/L. Spirometry showed moderate restrictive pattern (FEV1 Pre 59%, FEV1 Post 63%, FVC Pre 53%, FVC post 49%, MEF pre 66%, and MEF post 71%). (A) Areas of peripheral bronchiectasis (thin arrows) with mosaic perfusion (arrowheads) are seen. (B) Coronal reformatted image shows relative sparing of central bronchi (thick arrows)

Figure 4 (A and B): A 52-year-old male, a case of allergic bronchopulmonary aspergillosis with mild persistent asthma, total IgE 1251.9 IU/mL, and specific IgE 0.36 kUA/L. Spirometry showed moderate restrictive pattern (FEV1 Pre 59%, FEV1 Post 63%, FVC Pre 53%, FVC post 49%, MEF pre 66%, and MEF post 71%). (A) Areas of peripheral bronchiectasis (thin arrows) with mosaic perfusion (arrowheads) are seen. (B) Coronal reformatted image shows relative sparing of central bronchi (thick arrows)