pneumopathy


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pneumopathy

A nonspecific term of waning popularity for any respiratotory disease; pneumonopathy.
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Maeyama et al., "Attenuation of bleomycin-induced pneumopathy in mice by a caspase inhibitor," American Journal of Physiology.
The incidence of radiation pneumopathy was 14% at 1-year and 43% at 2 years for all tumors, and symptomatic radiation pneumopathy was 11% at 1-year and 15% at 2 years for patients.
The cause of one death was described as pneumopathy. Grade 3/4 adverse events involved infections in 2.4%, hepatic decompensation in 2.9%, and asthenia in 5.8%.
Comparison studies of patients with lung pneumopathy and experimentally induced lung fibrosis animal model have validated effectiveness of this experimental system as an acceptable model [33].
However, clinically defined respiratory events may be directly due Lo the leukemia-related involvement consist of leukostasis, leukemic infiltrates and lysis pneumopathy (5).
Since classical antileukemic therapies can result in leukemic cell lysis pneumopathy (Koh et al.
Safi - The public prosecutor at the Safi's appeal court said on Monday that the report submitted by experts in forensic medicine showed that the death of Kamal Ammari at the Safi's Mohammed V hospital is due to a severe pneumopathy with cerebral anoxia.
Acute pneumopathy caused by exposure to zinc oxide [in French], Rev Mai Respir 9(6):632-633.
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