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The prognosis for fungus in the lungs, or pulmonary aspergilloma, is positive in many cases. The condition rarely requires treatment, but if it leads to severe and potentially fatal bleeding, surgery may be necessary. Su...

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Lung fungus, also known as aspergillosis, is an infection or allergic response caused by the fungus Aspergillus, according to MedlinePlus. Several forms of aspergillosis exist, including pulmonary aspergillosis and asper...

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Mold in the lungs, a condition called aspergillosis, is typically treated with oral drugs that reduce inflammation, antifungal drugs or, in more severe cases, surgery. Each type of aspergillosis calls for different treat...

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Medications can help to slow the progression of interstitial lung disease, but many patients never regain the full use of their lungs, according to Mayo Clinic. Lung scarring due to interstitial lung disease is generally...

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A fungal infection of the lungs is most commonly cured through a class of drugs known as azoles, according to Patient.co.uk. In the case of patients who have weakened immune systems from chemotherapy or another cause, th...

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Fungus in the lung is caused by breathing the fungus into the lungs, according to HowStuffWorks. There are three main types of fungus that may affect the lung: histoplasmosis fungus, aspergillosis fungus and coccidiomyco...

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In most cases, retinal vein occlusion causes some degree of permanent vision loss, but the effect is usually minor if the individual had sharp vision before the blockage developed, according to Merck Manual. The person i...

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