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Loeffler’s Syndrome a c 21 b d Fig. 16 Loeffler’s (pulmonary infiltration with eosinophilia, PIE) syndrome in a 50-year-old woman. 0-mm section thickness) obtained at levels of the inferior pulmonary veins shows a nodule (arrows in a and b) in medial basal segment of the right lower lobe and a nodule and halo sign (open arrows in a and b) in superior segment of the left lower lobe. (c) Low-magnification (×40) photomicrograph (H & E stain) demonstrates an inflammatory nodule mainly composed of eosinophilic abscesses (arrows).
An Atlas of Pathology of the Brain by E.E Payne