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CRYPTOGENIC FIBROSING ALVEOLITIS

No - this one's a bit of a red herring!

This man may have had cryptogenic fibrosing alveolitis but he did not die from it. The x-ray picture could be suggestive of cryptogenic fibrosing alveolitis (CFA) but this is not clear. CFA is a disease where the numbers of inflammatory cells in the alveoli (air sacs) in the lungs increases, and the lungs may become fibrosed. Usually the cause is unknown, but metal and wood dust are thought to be important. The man's occupational history may give cause to suspect CFA, but not as his cause of death.

Pick another cause.