Beside tuberculosis, awareness about chest disease is increasing and more non-tuberculosis lung infections are being recognized. Pulmonary Mycosis is not uncommon; a clinical study of pulmonary mycosis was undertaken in Nishtar Medical College and Hospital Multan, Pakistan. In our study the incidence of pulmonary mycosis is 8.2 percent among the patients suffering from respiratory diseases. The peak incidence was observed in the age group of 21-30 years. The incidence of pulmonary mycosis is 8.2 percent and statistically higher in male as compared to female (P<0.01). Out of these 50 patients 38 were males and 12 females. Further scrutiny showed that 35 had candida albicans, 11 aspergillus and 4 mucormycosis. From the analysis of initial signs and symptoms and their modifications and investigations including radiological helped us in the diagnosis. No significance relation of occupation to pulmonary mycosis is detected in the present study. The disease was higher in urban population as compared to rural inhabitants and it was more in people with low income having poor living conditions. Candidiasis and Aspergillosis were found predominant in lower income group.