The inflammation of the lungs due to an infection
inflammation and infection of the lungs
Respiratory disease characterized by inflammation of the lung parenchyma (excluding the bronchi) with congestion caused by viruses or bacteria or irritants.
A lung disease caused by infection or irritants and characterized by inflammation.
An inflammatory condition of the lungs; characterized by the filling of air spaces with fluid, resulting in impaired gas exchange.
An inflammation of one or both lungs. Pneumonia is frequently but not always due to infection. The infection may be bacterial, viral, fungal or parasitic. Symptoms may include fever, chills, cough with sputum production, chest pain, and shortness of breath.
infection of the lung tissues; can arise from many different types of micro-organisms, e.g. bacteria and viruses.
The Condition"...However, in some cases of chickenpox and herpes an antiviral drug may be used early in the course of the disease..."
An acute virus infection of the lungs caused by a severe cold in a weak animal. It is often associated with bronchitis and pleurisy. Symptoms include high fever, dry cough, difficulty in breathing, loss of appetite. The disease attacks young cats particularly. Treatment by the vet includes injections of antibiotics and the administration of expectorants.
an infection of the lung characterized by inflammation; usually caused by a pathogen such as a bacteria or virus
Lung infection, often caused by bacteria (germs) inside the lungs. Characteristics of pneumonia are servere chills, a high fever, headache, cough with phlegm, and chest pain.
(nuh-MOE-nyah) Inflammation of one or both lungs, usually caused by infection from a bacterium or virus or, less commonly, by a chemical or physical irritant
Inflammation of the lung parenchyma (the respiratory bronchioles and alveoli).
inflammation of one or both lungs. In bronchopneumonia, the inflammation is concentrated around the bronchi. In lobar pneumonia, it involves one or more lobes of the lung, and viral pneumonia is that caused by a virus.
a sudden infection of localized areas of the lungs. Pneumonia often accompanies bronchitis.
An inflammation of the lung caused by infection or meconium aspiration.
inflammatory lung disease caused by microorganisms, virus and chemical or physical irritants.
a common disease of the respiratory system characterized by inflammation of the lung parenchyma
an affection of the lungs which represents the culmination of many morbific influences
an infection of the lung tissue and is caused mainly by bacteria or viruses
an infection of the lung tissue itself
an infection that fills your lungs with fluid, lowering the oxygen level in your blood
an inflammation of the lung caused by infection with bacteria, viruses, and other organisms
a serious bacterial infection of the lungs
a serious contagious disease of the lunchs caused by pneumococcus and other bacteria
An acute infection of the lung tissue. Most commonly caused by one of a variety of bacteria, it can also be caused by a virus. Symptoms include difficulty breathing, fever and a persistent cough. Pneumonia is dangerous in the elderly.
Infection in the lung. Patients who are recovering from abdominal surgery are at risk for this problem. Walking, and the use of incentive spirometry, can substantially reduce this risk.
disease in which the lung becomes inflamed, often accompanied by chills, a pain in the chest, a hard dry cough, and a high fever.
Lung inflammation and (usually) infection..
An infection of the lung, which might be located in only one area
A bacterial infection which causes the Alveoli and smaller bronchial tubes to become inflamed and fill with fluid. This leads to impairment of Lung function.
An infection of the deep, spongy parts of the lungs which can also be caused by viruses. Viral pneumonia causes cough with fever, chills and rapid breathing.
A disease of the lungs in which the tissue becomes inflamed, hardened and watery.
A lung disease that can be caused by a number of different of viruses, bacteria, and sometimes fungi. 35
Respiratory inflammation caused by a variety of bacteria, viruses, and other factors. Treatable with antibiotics.
Inflammation of lungs with consolidation
Inflammation of infection of the lungs.
inflammatory exudate filling a region(s) of the lung.
inflammation of one or both lungs frequently caused by infection with bacteria, viruses or organisms; symptoms may include fever, chills, cough, chest pain and shortness of breath.
An infection that occurs when fluid and cells collect in the lung.
inflammation of the lungs most commonly caused by bacterial, viruses and chemical irritants
A serious disease characterized by lung inflammation.
Inflammation of the lungs characterized by fever, chills, muscle stiffness, chest pain, cough, shortness of breath, rapid heart rate and difficulty breathing.
an infection of the airspaces of the lung usually with fever, chills, cough, sputum, chest pain, high white blood cell count, and low oxygen in the blood
Inflammation of the lungs leading to fluid leakage and loss of function of lung tissue. Although it's often associated with pneumococcus bacteria, pneumonia can be caused by a variety of microbial or chemical irritants.
a disease characterized by the inflammation of the lungs; often caused by bacteria or certain species of fungi.
Inflammation of the lungs due to a bacterial or viral infection, which causes fever, shortness of breath, and the coughing up of phlegm (mucus and other material produced by the lining of the respiratory tract; also called sputum).
an inflammation of the lungs caused by a bacterial, viral, or fungal infection. Also known as pneumonitis; bronchopneumonia.
acute inflammation of the lung or lungs.
a group of diseases that show up as an inflamation of the lungs. Recurrent pneumonia (pneumonia recurring within 1 year) is considered an AIDS-defining condition in the United States.
an infection of the lungs, usually caused by bacteria or viruses.
A lung infection caused by bacteria, viruses, or fungus.
Inflammation of the lung tissues characterized by filling of the alveolar air spaces with exudate, inflammatory cells and blood protein (fibrin). Most cases are due to infection by bacteria or viruses, but some are caused by inhalation of chemicals or trauma to the chest wall or by infection by other less common microorganisms.
Inflammation of lung tissue (different from bronchitis).
An opportunistic infection caused by a fungus that is a major cause of death in patients with late-stage AIDS.
An inflammation of the lung which inhibits the transfer of oxygen to the blood. Sometimes the lung begins to fill with liquid. If both lungs are affected then the situation is one of double pneumonia.
Inflammation of the lungs. (Read about " Pneumonia")
An acute or chronic disease caused by viruses, bacteria, or physical and chemical agents and characterized by inflammation of the lungs. pneumothorax Accumulation of air or gas in the pleural cavity, occurring as a result of injury or disease.
an disease in which the lungs become inflamed
inflammation of the lungs caused by an infection. Causes of pneumonia include bacteria and viruses.
An acute or chronic disease marked by inflammation of the lungs and caused by viruses, bacteria, or other microorganisms. Reference: L3
An inflammation of the lungs caused by a viral, bacterial, or fungal infection, which lowers the oxygen level in the blood.
An infection within the lung.
an infection of the lungs often producing cough, fever, and difficulty breathing.
infection of the lungs. May be caused by bacteria or a virus.
Infection in the lung, usually caused by bacteria.
an inflammation of the lungs caused by viruses, germs, or physical and chemical agents.
Pneumonia is an infection that causes the air sacs in the lungs (called the alveoli), and the smaller bronchial tubes to become inflamed and fill with fluid. This makes it hard for the lungs to do their job, which is to get oxygen from the air into the bloodstream and then around the whole body. Pneumonia can be caused by viruses and bacteria but in most cases the precise cause is not discovered.
Inflamation of the lungs due to infection
Infection of the actual lung tissue (in comparison to the airways).
An acute or chronic inflammation of the lungs, caused by exposure to a wide variety of microbial pathogens or to toxic substances. Pneumonia is one of the five leading causes of death in the elderly population.
Inflammation of the lungs, usually caused by an infective agent. May be secondary to injury to the lungs.
an inflammation or infection of the lungs.
A lung infection that can be caused by different types of germs, including bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites. Although different types of pneumonia tend to affect children in different age groups, pneumonia is most commonly caused by viruses, like RSV. Symptoms include: fever, chills, cough, rapid breathing, breathing that makes a "grunting" or wheezing sound, labored breathing that makes a rib muscles retract, vomiting, chest pain, abdominal pain, decreased activity, loss of appetite (in older children) or poor feeding (in infants,) and bluish or gray color of the lips and fingernails. Since an asthma parent is familiar with seeing many of those symptoms on a daily basis, pneumonia can sneak in unnoticed. (It's happened to Ed more than once.) It is important to consult your physican when your child is suffering from a respiratory virus.
An acute inflammation of the lungs, usually caused by bacterial infection.
acute infection or inflammation of the alveoli of the lungs
Secretions and bacteria can lodge in the lungs, causing an infection and requiring treatment with antibiotics.
Fluid in the lungs.
An inflammatory infection that occurs in the lung.
An inflammation of the lungs; often caused by bacteria.
The Condition"...Viral Pneumonia Many viruses can cause pneumonia, including influenza, herpes, measles and chickenpox..."
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Acute inflammation or infection of the lungs.
Inflammation, usually infectious, of the lungs.
An inflammation of the lungs from an infection
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An inflammation of the alveoli, interstitial tissue, and bronchioles of the lungs due to an infection caused by bacteria, viruses, or other pathogenic organisms, or to irritation by chemicals or other agents (eg, oil, radiation, drugs)
Pneumonia is an illness of the lungs and respiratory system in which the alveoli (microscopic air-filled sacs of the lung responsible for absorbing oxygen from the atmosphere) become inflamed and flooded with fluid. Pneumonia can result from a variety of causes, including infection with bacteria, viruses, fungi, or parasites. Pneumonia may also occur from chemical or physical injury to the lungs, or indirectly due to another medical illness, such as lung cancer or alcohol abuse.
Pneumonia is an illness which can result from a variety of causes, including infection with bacteria, viruses, fungi, or parasites. Pneumonia can occur in any animal with lungs, including mammals, birds, and reptiles.