- inflammation of the lungs
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Inflammation of the lungs, from whatever cause.
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Inflammation of the lung.
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Inflammation of the lungs; pneumonia.
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<pathology> Inflammation of the lung secondary to viral or bacterial infection. ... Common symptoms include a productive cough, fever, chills and shortness of breath. ... (27 Sep 1997) ...
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inflammation of the lungs; caused by a virus or an allergic reaction
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(noo″mo-ni´tis) inflammation of the lung; see also pneumonia. hypersensitivity pneumonitis a respiratory hypersensitivity reaction to repeated inhalation of organic particles, usually in an occupational setting, with onset a few hours after exposure to the allergen. Many di...
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• (n.) Inflammation of the lungs; pneumonia.
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Type: Term Pronunciation: nū′mō-nī′tis Definitions: 1. Inflammation of the lungs. Synonyms: pulmonitis
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Inflammation of the lungs. This may be caused by disease, infection, radiation therapy, allergy, or irritation of lung tissue by inhaled substances.
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Pneumonitis or pulmonitis is a general term that refers to inflammation of lung tissue. Many factors can cause pneumonitis, including breathing in animal dander, aspiration (inhaling small food particles or vomit `down the wrong pipe`), and receiving radiation therapy to the chest. Pneumonitis was listed as the one of the top 15 leading causes o..
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