Primary Atypical Pneumonia
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* To evaluate use of these two methods in support of clinicoradiological diagnosis in diagnosis and timely treatment of cases of atypical pneumonia
All atypical pneumonia
pathogens cause systemic infectious disease.
The lack of response to antimicrobial therapy was deemed "atypical", and the condition was thought likely to be a primary form of lung disease of uncertain aetiology; hence the term "primary atypical pneumonia
" was coined.
The airlines said that severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) dealt a heavy blow to profitable routes to Hong Kong and China, the two regions most heavily hit by the atypical pneumonia
The virus is thought to have started in the Far East where 167 cases of atypical pneumonia
are being treated.
The World Health Organisation issued an emergency travel warning yesterday after a doctor from Singapore showed symptoms of the illness, officially dubbed "atypical pneumonia
is the common name for widespread infection of the lungs with a virus, or unusual types of bacteria.
For example, in the section on atypical pneumonia
, the "X-ray" subheading has nothing under it, and lists Mycoplasma pncumoniae under "Primary atypical pneumonia
," rather than "atypical pneumonia
." Also, the frequent use of references dating back to the 1970s, and even the 1960s, is of some concern.
Her research focuses on atypical pneumonia
, vectorborne diseases, anaerobic infections, probiotics, and metagenomics.
The incidence of PCP in patients with atypical pneumonia
was found to be 9.6% in the general population.