lung hemorrhage


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lung hemorrhage

Hemorrhage from the lung, with bright red and frothy blood, frequently coughed up.
See also: hemorrhage
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Pulmonary alterations vary from mild to moderate lung hemorrhage, manifested as blood-streaked sputum, to massive, fatal pulmonary hemorrhage.
Lung hemorrhage: Hemorrhage develops in preterm babies who are ventilated, have severe RDS and PDA in association.
Leptospirosis should be suspected in patients who have fever; headache; myalgia; abdominal pain; prostration; conjunctival suffusion; meningeal irritation and aseptic meningitis; anuria, oliguria, or proteinuria; jaundice; acute renal insufficiency; or gastrointestinal or lung hemorrhage. Patients with suspected leptospirosis are reported by physicians to Taiwan's Centers for Disease Control through the Notifiable Disease Surveillance System, after which local health bureaus collect urine and blood samples for confirmation by serologic testing.
Microscopic findings showed moderate congestion of the brain with mild nonsuppurative meningoencephalitis (Figure 1A), severe diffuse lung hemorrhage and edema, and moderate multifocal necrotizing hepatitis.
Red to dark red mottling of the lung was observed in several affected mice, but obvious lung hemorrhages were observed in only 2 mice.