- Loffler’s syndrome
- Elevated eosinophil count in peripheral blood
- Association with parasitic infection – Ascaris lumbricoides
- Chest Xray
- Fleeting transient infiltrates
- Uni or bilateral
- Resolution of opacities within days and maximum one month
- Ground-glass opacities, consolidation
- Periphery of mid and upper lung zones
- Single or multiple acinar nodules
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