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Synonyms for infiltrate



Synonyms for infiltrate

to introduce gradually and slyly

Synonyms for infiltrate

cause (a liquid) to enter by penetrating the interstices

enter a group or organization in order to spy on the members

pass into or through by filtering or permeating

pass through an enemy line

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Chest pain was observed in 80% patients, sign of consolidation in all patients, air space pneumonia in 86% patients, interstitial infiltrate in 22% subjects and bilateral opacities in 83% patients.
In contrast to the polymorphous interstitial infiltrate in LIP, interstitial patterns of low-grade B-cell lymphoma have a monomorphous appearance.
2] The characteristic appearance of PCP on the chest x-ray film is that of bilateral interstitial infiltrates.
Three months after treatment, repeat imaging showed improvement of the interstitial infiltrates (Figure 1) and repeat pulmonary function testing showed improvement of the restrictive pathology findings and diffusion capacity (FVC: 3.
The underlying dermis had multifocal perivascular and interstitial infiltrates composed of lymphocytes and plasma cells (Fig 3).
4,5] HP is histologically characterized by the triad of non Necrotising granulomas, chronic inflammatory change in small airways and diffuse interstitial infiltrates of chronic inflammatory cells.
A chest radiograph revealed diffuse bilateral nodular interstitial infiltrates.
Chest radiography revealed bilateral interstitial infiltrates.
At the time of presentation she was being treated with 4 antituberculosis drugs for 34 days determined by bilateral reticulonodular interstitial infiltrates in her chest X-ray (Figure 1A) and chest computed tomography (chest CT).
Two formats were used for this readings: I) conventional, in which the presence, localization and type of infiltrates were evaluated, discriminating between alveolar infiltrates (with or without air bronchogram), and interstitial infiltrates (of nodular, reticular or mixed types); unilobar or multilobar infiltrates, and pleural effusion; and II) quantitative scale, which assigns a score according to the extension of the pulmonary injury, determined by the number of affected intercostal spaces.
However, in a substantial proportion of patients, the respiratory phase is characterized by early focal interstitial infiltrates progressing to more generalized, patchy, interstitial infiltrates.
Computerized tomography (CT) scanning of the thorax revealed bilateral alveolar or interstitial infiltrates in all the patients, except the case with pleura-based 67x30x30mm opacity in the anterior segment of the right upper lobe.
A chest radiograph revealed bilateral interstitial infiltrates.
3] and her chest X-ray showed interstitial infiltrates with fine nodularity more pronounced in the right lower zone than on the left (Fig.
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