K. AnithaKumari

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In patients with abnormalities of cell-mediated immunity, strongyloides hyperinfection syndrome may occur producing pulmonary infection that may manifest as asthma, chronic bronchitis, haemoptysis, eosinophilia and pulmonary infiltrates. We report a case of an uncontrolled asthma patient who presented with fever and haemoptysis. She had no evidence of(More)
BACKGROUND A patient diagnosed to have pneumonia and put on empirical antibiotics but did not show the expected resolution is a common problem faced by the clinician. AIM OF STUDY (1) To find out the etiology and clinical outcome of nonresolving pneumonia in a tertiary care centre, (2) To find out the co-morbid conditions associated with nonresolution. (More)
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