Mycobacterial and fungal infections are the most common causes of granulomatous lung disease, states the Archives of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine. Non-infectious causes include sarcoidosis, Wegener granulomatosis, h... More »

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Chronic granulomatous lung disease is treated through a regiment of antibiotics to keep the individual from becoming infected and by performing the interferon-gamma procedure to help clear up some infections, states The ... More »

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Granulomas are small, benign areas of inflammation that usually occur in the lungs and are most often due to infection, according to the Mayo Clinic. Histoplasmosis is a fungal infection that is frequently responsible fo... More »

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Chronic granulomatous lung disease is treated through a regiment of antibiotics to keep the individual from becoming infected and by performing the interferon-gamma procedure to help clear up some infections, states The ... More »

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The cause of lung scarring is not always known, but potential causes include environmental pollutants, certain medicines, some chronic illnesses, infections and radiation treatment. Research shows that 9 out of 10 people... More »

The causes of multiple lung nodules include cancer, benign tumors, autoimmune conditions, infections and inflammatory conditions, according to About.com. The most common cause of multiple lung nodules is cancer that has ... More »

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Certain types of mycobacterial infections are caused by mycobacteria that exist in soil and water. Medical professionals believe people who have immune dysfunction, lung damage or an underlying illness may be at an incre... More »

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