Exogenous lipid pneumonia related to smoking weed oil following cadaveric renal transplantation.

Abstract

A 30-year-old female presented shortly after cadaveric renal transplantation with respiratory distress typical of a bacterial infection. Following initial improvement, she developed progressive respiratory failure, initially felt to be secondary to cytomegalovirus infection. Two bronchoalveolar lavages were nondiagnostic, and an open lung biopsy was… (More)

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@article{Vethanayagam2000ExogenousLP, title={Exogenous lipid pneumonia related to smoking weed oil following cadaveric renal transplantation.}, author={Dilini Vethanayagam and Stewart O Pugsley and Eric J Dunn and Dylan Russell and Jonathan Kay and Calliope Allen}, journal={Canadian respiratory journal}, year={2000}, volume={7 4}, pages={338-42} }