Are lung infections with aspergillus normally treated with anti-fungal infections?

Actual infection:Yes. Actual infection with aspergillus is treated with surgery and anti fungals as a supplement. Presence of aspergillus is not proof of infection. Mere presence in the lungs often does not require anti fungals even if there are related symptoms.
Aspergillus. Aspergillus is a fungus that can infect the lung. It is treated with antifungal medications.

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