bronchopneumonia


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  • noun

Synonyms for bronchopneumonia

pneumonia characterized by acute inflammation of the walls of the bronchioles

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JIMMY, 56, of Perth, died at Ninewells Hospital, Dundee, from bronchopneumonia, malnutrition and spinal and neck injury resulting from a fall in hospital in January 2000.
The doctor at the hospital told me John had liver cancer but his death certificate listed bronchopneumonia.
The human strain killed 90% of the mice, all of which died from bronchopneumonia.
Only in the past 20 years has this organism been implicated as a rare cause of human respiratory disease, most frequently as an agent of bronchopneumonia in immunocompromised patients such as those with malignant neoplasms and viral immunodeficiencies.
Measles is commonly known in Brazil as sarampo and is an acute, highly communicable viral disease that can be fatal when it becomes bronchopneumonia, or brain inflammation.
Gross and microscopic examinations revealed bronchopneumonia with abscess formation.
He recorded his actions in her chart and certified the cause of death as bronchopneumonia.
Dr Colin Henry Manock, a pathologist at Middlesbrough General Hospital, said Mr Smith had died of bronchopneumonia due to prolonged unconsciousness caused by a head injury.
The inquest concluded that Corbin had died from bronchopneumonia and lung damage caused by iron poisoning and H1N1 flu.
Mrs Hothersall, of Cottam, Lancs, died two months later of bronchopneumonia brought on by her injuries.
Pathologist Dr Smita Deshpande, who carried out a post mortem, said his death was due to bronchopneumonia.
He contracted the superbug during his prolonged stay, became progressively weaker and eventually died of bronchopneumonia.
Intravenous vancomycin is the antibiotic of choice for MRSA-related bronchopneumonia, however, the burden of IV administration, poor penetration into the lungs and systemic toxicities limit its use in a chronic setting.
His mother, Linda, 35, from Islington, north London, consulted at least three doctors, but five days later, he died from bronchopneumonia.
Histological examination revealed mild-to-severe bronchopneumonia and airsacculitis, with syncytial cells that contained eosinophilic intranuclear inclusion bodies in most birds.