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. Clinical diagnostic procedures for suspected inhalation anthrax should include thoracic imaging (eg, thoracic radiography and computed tomography) for detection of an abnormally wide mediastinum or pleural effusions. Laboratory diagnosis of anthrax

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, myalgia, coughing, pleuritic chest pain, and periods of sweating; a mucopurulent nasal discharge may also be evident. 1,9,58 Pneumonia, pulmonary abscesses, and pleural effusions can develop. 1,9,33,45,54,58 The pulmonary form of the disease often leads

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