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The incidence of fungal infection in intensive care units have been increasing over the years and Aspergillosis is one of the common fungal infections in the ICUs. It is a challenge for critical care experts to diagnose fungal infections on time and initiate appropriate management strategy to prevent adverse outcomes. Fungal infections may be notorious in not being diagnosed with a chest X ray alone as fungal infections related cavitary lesions may not always be seen in a chest X ray,doi:10.3329/bccj.v8i2.50037 fatcat:qt4owkatgjbnvoz2dvf3zc6tim