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1. A patient develops fever, shortness of breath, and appears to be quite ill. X-ray demonstrates bilateral interstitial lung infiltrates. Bronchial washings demonstrate small "hat-shape" organisms visible on silver stain within alveoli. Which predisposing condition is most likely to be present in this patient?
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