DISCUSSION: Chronic Eosinophilic Pneumonia was first described by Carrington CB, as a chronic variant of Loffler Syndrome in 1969. Its clinical picture is that of a progressive and severe disease with significant respiratory complaints. The typical presentation includes blood eosinophilia, peripherally predominant infiltrate (photographic negative of pulmonary edema) and a BAL eosinophil count of > 25%. Rarely the diagnosis is made on tissue biopsy in the absence of the above mentioned classical triad (1). The histological findings are characterized by interstitial and intra-alveolar eosinophilic infiltrates with minimal fibrosis. Very rarely does the eosinophilic inflammation progress to pulmonary fibrosis (2).