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pulmonary

1. of, or relating to or affecting the lungs
2. having lungs or lunglike organs
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Adjunctive plasma exchange is also recommended for patients with significant renal dysfunction without concurrent antiglomerular basement membrane antibody disease or pulmonary hemorrhage in the setting of MPA.
Whether or not ANCA was present in this MMF-induced pulmonary hemorrhage case, we can surmise that mycophenolic acid was converted into a cytotoxic form, be it from the by-products or enzymes of inflammatory cells or even from interaction with another of the patient's medications.
Pulmonary hemorrhage and glomerulonephritis: the relation of pulmonary hemorrhage to certain types of glomerular lesions.
Clinical profile of 30 infants with acute pulmonary hemorrhage in Cleveland.
Eight patients received platelet transfusions: 5 patients were given platelets for vascular access site hematoma or catheterization site ooze requiring blood transfusion, 1 patient for retroperitoneal hemorrhage, 1 patient for pulmonary hemorrhage, and 1 patient who developed severe profound thrombocytopenia was transfused with platelets for a nadir platelet count of 3,000 but had no bleeding complications.
The pointers in favor of the mass being secondary to GPA were (i) having no response to initial antibiotic therapy, (ii) sterile blood cultures, and (iii) pulmonary involvement in the form of pulmonary hemorrhage and hemoptysis.
This was followed by various complications of metastases, the immediate cause of death for 18% of the patients; pulmonary hemorrhage, the cause in 12% of cases; pulmonary thromboembolism in 10% of cases; pulmonary diffuse alveolar damage for 7% of patients; and miscellaneous causes in 3%.
To the Editor: Since the leptospirosis outbreak associated with pulmonary hemorrhage in Nicaragua in 1995 (1), pulmonary manifestations of leptospirosis are often recognized in many countries; reported incidence has ranged from 20% to 70% (2-4).
Several patterns have been described, including wedge-shaped areas of peripheral consolidation abutting the pleura and mimicking pulmonary infarcts, peribronchoarterial distribution of consolidation, focal consolidation (with or without cavitation), parenchymal bands, and diffuse bilateral areas of ground-glass opacification, which represent diffuse pulmonary hemorrhage.
Adams said that the transplant went well, but in January Bryce suffered a pulmonary hemorrhage due to a reaction to anesthesia during a routine MRI.
In addition, marked necrotizing splenitis and pulmonary hemorrhage were present.
3% of those in the bevacizumab arm had pulmonary hemorrhage requiring medical intervention vs.

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