pneumopleuritis


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pleuropneumonia

 [ploor″o-noo-mo´nyah]
1. pneumonia accompanied by pleurisy; called also pneumopleuritis.
2. an infectious disease of cattle, combining pneumonia and pleurisy, due to Mycoplasma mycoides; see also pleuropneumonia-like organisms.
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pneu·mo·pleu·ri·tis

(nū'mō-plū-rī'tis),
Pleurisy with air or gas in the pleural cavity.
[G. pneuma, air, + pleur- + -itis, inflammation]
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pneu·mo·pleu·ri·tis

(nū'mō-plūr-ī'tis)
Pleurisy with air or gas in the pleural cavity.
[G. pneuma, air, + pleur- + -itis, inflammation]
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