Late morphologic consequences of measles: a lethal and debilitating lung disease among the poor.

@article{Kaschula1983LateMC,
  title={Late morphologic consequences of measles: a lethal and debilitating lung disease among the poor.},
  author={Ronald Otto Christian Kaschula and J Druker and A E Kipps},
  journal={Reviews of infectious diseases},
  year={1983},
  volume={5 3},
  pages={395-404}
}
Pneumonia that occurs within 28 days of the onset of measles rash is a common cause of severe pulmonary morbidity and/or death among poor children. The prevalence of such pneumonia can be related to the effectiveness of measles immunization programs. For 20 of 57 new cases of bronchiectasis in children undergoing bronchography, a strong causal relationship… CONTINUE READING