lobar pneumonia


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pneumonia affecting one or more lobes of the lung

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Therefore, the patient was diagnosed as having lobar pneumonia.
Postmortem findings included generalized icterus, accumulation of yellow coloured fluid in pericardial sac and peritoneal cavity, enlargement of lymph nodes, thin watery blood, gelatinous body fat, lobular and lobar pneumonia, haemorrhagic parenchymatous organs, hepatomegaly and splenomegaly.
Bacterial isolates from blood and lung aspirate cultures in Gambian children with lobar pneumonia.
Frank Manzella, issued a fake death certificate, which cited lobar pneumonia as the cause of death.
Patchy necrotizing Bronchopneumonia and Lobar Pneumonia was present (Figure 4).
A rare cause of lobar pneumonia and trachial stenosis: Giant Zenker's diverticulum.
Pulmonary nocardiosis produces an impressive variety of roentgenographic findings, such as segmental infiltrates, lobar infiltrates, small and large cavities, necrotizing bronchopneumonia, necrotizing lobar pneumonia, lobar pneumonia with bulging fissures, small and large abscesses, single or multiple nodules, miliary patterns, masses with central cavitations, pleural effusion, and empyema.
Other signs on chest X-ray include atelectasis and lobar pneumonia, especially in those with a delayed diagnosis (1,4,5).
While the phlebotomist was preparing to do blood cultures, the phone rang and my presence was requested in my doctors' office to view an early case of lobar pneumonia sent straight to his computer from radiology.
These studies have revealed that pneumococci cause a spectrum of LRTI that includes lobar pneumonia and empyema, 'viral' pneumonia and possibly some proportion of bronchitis/bronchiolitis (19).
Interestingly, lobar pneumonia could not be induced via the bloodstream alone, even when plugging gels of sterile culture media were instilled into the bronchi.
Announcing the verdict Mr Pritchard Jones said: "It was the lobar pneumonia on its own that killed him and Nytol really had nothing to do with it.
During inspection of the dried skulls collection of the Federal University of Sao Paulo (UNIFESP), it was noticed an extensive ossification of the sidewalls of the sella turcica in one of the skulls: 40 year-old male, Brazilian origin, brown colored skin, cause of death: acute lobar pneumonia.
For purposes of this study, the term "pneumonia" includes all forms, of which the most common are lobar pneumonia and bronchopneumonia.