Bronchial lumen assumes a beaded (‘string of pearls’) configuration with sequential dilatation and constriction. Causes include ABPA,Swyer- James syndrome.
• Beaded airway dilatation with or without mucous impaction (‘finger in glove’).
• ABPA tends to affect the upper lobes.
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