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A 72 year old farmer presented with a history of massive haemoptysis. A CXR reveals a right upper lobe cavitating mass. His aspergillus precipitins are positive and a diagnosis of aspergilloma is made. If there is massive haemoptysis, in a patient with poor pulmonary reserve, what management should be initiated?

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