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Natural history and treated course of usual and desquamative interstitial pneumonia.
Patients with confirmed interstitial pneumonia were initially classified histologically into "desquamative" (n = 40) and "usual" (n = 53) types, and followed for one to 22 years. Both the diagnosisExpand
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Respiratory bronchiolitis-associated interstitial lung disease and its relationship to desquamative interstitial pneumonia.
Respiratory bronchiolitis is a mild inflammatory reaction commonly noted in asymptomatic cigarette smokers. We reviewed 18 cases of respiratory bronchiolitis-associated interstitial lung diseaseExpand
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Open biopsy for chronic diffuse infiltrative lung disease: clinical, roentgenographic, and physiological correlations in 502 patients.
Clinical, physiological, roentgenographic, and histological data concerning 502 patients who had open biopsy for chronic "interstitial" lung disease were reviewed. Mortality was 0.3%, the rate ofExpand
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Normal chest roentgenograms in chronic diffuse infiltrative lung disease.
We undertook this study to determine the prevalence of normal roentgenograms in chronic diffuse infiltrative lung diseases. Of 458 patients with such disorders histologically confirmed, 44, or 9.6Expand
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Chronic Eosinophilic Pneumonia A REPORT OF 19 CASES AND A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE
Clinical, roentgenographic and pathologic findings in patients with chronic eosinophilic pneumonia, including 19 additional cases, have been reviewed and summarized. Most patients present withExpand
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Congenital Bronchial Atresia: A REPORT OF 4 CASES AND A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE
The clinical, radiographic, and pathologic findings in 82 patients with congenital bronchial atresia (CBA) have been reviewed, and we have discussed 4 additional cases. Most patients are asymptomaticExpand
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Crackles (rales) in the interstitial pulmonary diseases.
There is renewed interest in the classification and methods of recording adventitious pulmonary sounds. This is a study of the importance of fine crackles (rales) in the diagnosis and estimation ofExpand
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Lymphangioleiomyomatosis. Physiologic-pathologic-radiologic correlations.
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Chronic eosinophilic pneumonia.
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Chronic eosinophilic pneumonia.
An association between migratory pulmonary infiltrates and peripheral eosinophilia has been known for at least 40 years. Diagnostic challenges still exist in the classifications within this syndrome.Expand
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