eosinophilic pneumonitis

eosinophilic pneumonitis

[¦ē·ə¦sin·ə¦fil·ik nü·mə′nīd·əs]
(medicine)
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Case report of electronic cigarettes possibly associated with eosinophilic pneumonitis in a previously healthy active-duty sailor.
Generally, worms can lead to some or all of the conditions like: anaemia, constipation, cough, diarrhoea, eosinophilic pneumonitis, nausea, rashes in waist and buttocks, stomachache, vomiting, weight loss, etc.
Eosinophilic pneumonitis is most often reported in true occult heartworm disease, when immune-mediated destruction of microfilariae in the pulmonary microcirculation produces amicrofilariaemia, which incites an inflammatory reaction/eosinophilic pneumonitis (Calvert et al.
Eosinophilic pneumonitis induced by aerosol-administered diesel oil and pyrethrum to mice
We analyzed lung mechanics, focusing on symptoms of cough, dyspnea, and bronchial spasm; we also measured blood leukocytes and quantified the influx of inflammatory cells in alveolar septa and blood, as eosinophilia in blood and eosinophilic pneumonitis were seen in affected individuals.
The eosinophilic pneumonitis induced by diesel and cypermethrin in this study, similarly to the humans in Manaus, could correspond to the classic late phase of asthma.
Cytokine production at the site of disease in chronic eosinophilic pneumonitis.
Based on review of these records, the conditions most frequently diagnosed in these persons near the time of the recall were pneumonia (four persons), exacerbation of asthma (four), bronchitis (three), chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (three), eosinophilic pneumonitis (two), and laryngitis (two).