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pneumonic

 [noo-mon´ik]
1. pertaining to pneumonia.

pneu·mon·ic

(nū-mon'ik),
1. Synonym(s): pulmonary
2. Relating to pneumonia.

pneumonic

(no͝o-mŏn′ĭk, nyo͝o-)
adj.
1. Of, affecting, or relating to the lungs; pulmonary.
2. Relating to, affected by, or similar to pneumonia.

pneu·mon·ic

(nū-mon'ik)
1. Synonym(s): pulmonary.
2. Relating to pneumonia.
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Immunoperoxidase evaluation of pneumonic lesions induced by Pasteurella haemolytica in calves.
Protection of mice from fatal bubonic and pneumonic plague by passive immunization with monoclonal antibodies against the F1 protein of Yersinia pestis.
All patients of Para pneumonic effusion, empyema, and pancreatic pleural effusion had a neutrophilic response in their pleural fluid (Table 2).
The rodents are divided into five subgroups; those who have not contracted the disease but may get it if they get in contact with [I.sub.HS], [I.sub.HP], [I.sub.RS], [I.sub.HP], [I.sub.F], or A, referred to as susceptible rodents and denoted by [S.sub.R]; those who have the disease but have not shown any symptom and are incapable of transmitting the disease referred to as exposed and denoted by [E.sub.R]; those who are infected and capable of transmitting the disease are divided into three subgroups: those who have bubonic plague denoted by [I.sub.RB], those with septicemic plague denoted by [I.sub.RS], and those who have pneumonic plague [I.sub.RP].
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In addition to PCR confirmative diagnosis of the bacteria, the PCR products collected and purified until used in the sequencing technique for analysis of 16SrRNA gene of predominate strain of Sermtialiquefaciens isolated from pneumonic sheep lungs in Iraq.
Of the 54 children who had CXRs, 30 (55.6%) had pneumonic changes.
pestis was initially passed from person to person--say, when an infected individual coughed on a healthy person--and most likely caused lung infections known as pneumonic plague or blood infections called septicemic plague, the researchers report in the Oct.
There are three types of plague: bubonic, septicemic and pneumonic. It is not transmitted human to human unless a patient with the disease also has a lung infection and is coughing.
KATMANDU (CyHAN)- Bishal Shrestha, 6, had spent most of his life frequenting health clinics due to his chronic pneumonic condition ever since he was 22 days old.
If the bacteria reach the lungs, the patient develops pneumonia (pneumonic plague), which is transmissible from person to person through infected droplets spread by coughing.