lobar pneumonia

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pneumonia affecting one or more lobes of the lung

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The patient was hospitalized with a diagnosis of lobar pneumonia and oral claritromycine treatment was added to ceftriaxon treatment, which had been initiated in another center.
Therefore, the patient was diagnosed as having lobar pneumonia. After treatment with antibiotics for one week, however, he still had fever and there was no obvious absorption observed in chest X-ray.
Those released on health grounds according to the medical personnel of the prison, Dr Adeola Babatunde, suffer from ailments ranging from chronic renal disease, multi-drug resistant tuberculosis which affected three inmates, two suspected renal disease patients, one incarcerate scrotal hernia, one HIV/AIDS patient, one asthma and TB patient, one TB and lobar pneumonia patient while more than four had normal tuberculosis.
Other aetiologies are atypical pneumonia 4 (8%), sepsis 2 (4%) and UTI 2 (4%), while enteric fever, DSS, lobar pneumonia each constitutes 1 (2%) (Table 3).
Chest radiographs and thoracic tomodensitometry images showed acute left lobar pneumonia in each patient.
Hypertrophic osteopathy associated with a bronchial foreign body and lobar pneumonia in a dog.
With the combination of "water immersion" it led to the onset of Lobar pneumonia.
Important post mortem findings were generalized icterus, haemorrhagic parenchymatous organs, hepatomegaly, splenomegaly and lobular and lobar pneumonia.
Furthermore, the mean duration of hospitalisation in children with lobar pneumonia was significantly longer than the corresponding values for those with bronchopneumonia (p=0.001).
Bacterial isolates from blood and lung aspirate cultures in Gambian children with lobar pneumonia. Ann Trop Paediatr 1997; 17:315-9
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.