CNPA

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CNPACalifornia Newspaper Publishers Association
CNPACarolinas Nature Photographers Association
CNPACairngorms National Park Authority (UK)
CNPAConseil National des Professions de l'Automobile
CNPACoordinadora Nacional Plan de Ayala
CNPAConseil National des Produits Agricoles (National Farm Products Council; Canada)
CNPACounter-Narcotics Police of Afghanistan
CNPACambodian National Petroleum Authority
CNPAChronic Necrotizing Pulmonary Aspergillosis
CNPAComité National de Patinage Artistique (French: National Figure Skating Committee)
CNPAConfédération Nationale du Patronat Algérien (French: National Confederation of Algerian Employers)
CNPACanada National Parks Act
CNPACentro Nacional de Pesquisa do Algodão
CNPACompact Neutral Particle Analyzer
CNPACertified Natural Products Advisor
CNPAConditional Neyman-Pearson Algorithm
CNPACanadian Natural Products Association
CNPAComputer Networking Professionals Association
CNPAConvex Nanopyramid Array
CNPACode or Numbering Plan Assignment
CNPACzech Nature Protection Association
CNPACone Pre Angled
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Based on the clinical, radiological and cytological findings, the patient was diagnosed with chronic necrotizing pulmonary aspergillosis and treated successfully with oral itraconazole on regular follow up.
Based on the clinical, radiological and cytological findings, the patient was diagnosed with chronic necrotizing pulmonary aspergillosis as per diagnostic criteria and treated successfully with oral Itraconazole.
Chronic necrotizing pulmonary aspergillosis is a chronic semi invasive pulmonary disease.
Chronic necrotizing pulmonary aspergillosis (CNPA) is an uncommon invasive pulmonary infection with a slow and indolent course.4 We present a case of chronic necrotizing aspergillosis in a patient on immunosuppressive therapy due to renal transplantation.
However, granulomas are a prominent feature of 2 less common forms of pulmonary aspergillosis (chronic necrotizing pulmonary aspergillosis and allergic bronchopulmonary aspergillosis).
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