pleuritis


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pleuritis

[plu̇′rīd·əs]
(medicine)
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Increased specificity for the diagnosis of tuberculous pleuritis.
Comparison of Histologic Features of Various Causes of Advanced Pulmonary Fibrosis Feature IPF CTD-ILD Distribution of fibrosis Peripheral, Mixed peripheral paraseptal and centrilobular Fibrotic NSIP-like areas Variable Frequent Interface between fibrosis Distinct Indistinct and preserved parenchyma Fibroblast foci Numerous Variable Smooth muscle metaplasia in Frequent Uncommon fibrosis Pleuritis Rare Frequent, often with adhesions Lymphoid hyperplasia Rare Frequent, often with germinal centers Peribronchiolar metaplasia Variable, mild Frequent, may be and focal extensive Interstitial granulomas Absent Absent Histiocytic infiltrates Absent Absent Vacuolated or clear type 2 Absent Absent pneumocytes and macrophages Feature Chr.
The population under study were all patients over 18 years of age evaluated for lymphocytic exudate pleural effusion during the period from September 1 2009 to September 30 2012, in the HUS internal medicine hospitalization service, where the patient and the attending physician agree to participate in the study of pleuritis with the standard methods used by them.
Tanaka and Sato reported 11 cases of carcinomatous pleuritis treated with intrapleural injections of 5 KE of OK-432 and 100 mg of minocycline.
According to VAN VLEET & VALENTINE (2007), fibrinous pericarditis and clostridial pleuritis observed in cases of myocarditis can be attributed to hematogenous infection by C.
Sometimes the bacillus that causes pleuritis or pneumonia has been seen to undergo rapid mutation to cause a clinical confusion of the patient having TB.
13) Introduction of antigens intrapleurally to previously sensitized mice produces granulomatous pleuritis with formation of RA cells in the effusion, suggesting an immune process initiating the pleuropulmonary pathology in RA.
Chronic granulomatous pleuritis caused by Nocardia: PCR based diagnosis by nocardial 16S rDNA in pathological specimens.
Esta bacteria produce una peritonitis y pleuritis fibrinopurulenta, tambien llamada <<fiebre de la alpaca>> (Cebra et al, 2000; Hewson y Cebra, 2001).
Keywords: Public Health Mycobacteria Tuberculous pleuritis Mortality.
The two patients who were described, presented two different clinical pictures: a young man with a slow progressive course which started with pleuritis, and painful ascending spinal rigidity and deformity.
Biting of bedbug is painful causing nuisance and skin reactions, dermatitis, anaemia, pleuritis, etc (10).