Acute interstitial pneumonia. A clinicopathologic, ultrastructural, and cell kinetic study.

  title={Acute interstitial pneumonia. A clinicopathologic, ultrastructural, and cell kinetic study.},
  author={Aaron Katzenstein and Jeffrey L Myers and Michael T. Mazur},
  journal={The American journal of surgical pathology},
  volume={10 4},
Eight cases of acute interstitial pneumonia were studied to define the clinical and pathologic features and to determine the relationship to chronic interstitial pneumonia. Clinically, this disease differs from the chronic interstitial pneumonias by a sudden onset and a rapid course. Five patients died of respiratory failure after 23 days to 2 months, and two died of other complications after 3 1/2-6 months. An etiologic agent could not be identified in any case. The histologic hallmark was… CONTINUE READING


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