Finger in glove sign – refers to the characteristic finger-like…

Finger in glove sign – refers to the characteristic finger-like appearance of mucous plugs within dilated bronchiectatic central bronchi in allergic bronchopulmonary aspergillosis (ABPA). Seen here in the right upper lobe, this condition almost exclusively occurs as the result of chronic asthma. The sign can be observed on CXR and CT.

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