caseous pneumonia

ca·se·ous pneu·mo·ni·a

a form of severe pulmonary tuberculosis in which tubercles are not prominent, but with a diffuse extensive cellular infiltration that undergoes caseation that affects large areas of lung.
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5%), caseous pneumonia (9%), and others (tuberculosis of the central nervous system, cirrhotic tuberculosis of lungs, and tuberculosis of the intestine, 4%).
Macroscopic study of the lungs often revealed miliary bilateral disseminated tuberculosis, but macronodular dissemination and caseous pneumonia were rare.