A 62 year-old male was admitted to the hospital complaining of shortness of breath. His chest X-ray showed a rightsided cavitary lesions. His medical history indicated he had smoked one pack of cigarettes per day for past 40 years and has had cavitary tuberculosis in about 20 years ago. Recently he is receiving cytostatic therapy for his acute myeloblastic leukaemia. A biopsy specimen of the lung was obtained. Biopsy from lesion shows tubular eukaryotic septated hyphae with diameter of 510 μm that are infiltrating the lung tissue. Culture on Saboraud’ media shows conidia with spores in radiating columns. Which is the most like cause of the findings?
The disease is systemic - affecting lungs. Organism has septated hyphae with conidia. Is there any other possibilities for the disease?