Ans. C: Invasive
Angioinvasive aspergillosis is the most severe and aggressive form of invasive aspergillosis and is seen only in profoundly immunocompromised patients and is a life-threatening condition requiring prompt treatment.
Typical appearances are those of solitary or multiple pulmonary nodules or masses. Wedge-like areas of ill-defined opacity may also be seen most likely representing infarcts due to invasion of proximal pulmonary vessels.
An air crescent may be visible, although it is seen earlier on CT.