pneumorrhagia

pneumorrhagia

 [noo″mo-ra´jah]
hemorrhage from the lungs; severe hemoptysis.
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pneumorrhagia

(nu?mo-ra'je-a) [Gr. pneumon, lung, + rhegnynai, to burst forth] Lung hemorrhage. See: hemoptysis
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All three patients died of pneumorrhagia; two also had brainstem encephalitis, and the third one had pulmonary edema and severe pneumonia.