Lymphoid interstitial pneumonia: a narrative review.

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Lymphoid interstitial pneumonia (LIP) is regarded as both a disease and a nonneoplastic, inflammatory pulmonary reaction to various external stimuli or systemic diseases. It is an uncommon condition with incidence and prevalence rates that are largely unknown. Liebow and Carrington originally classified LIP as an idiopathic interstitial pneumonia in 1969… (More)

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@article{Swigris2002LymphoidIP, title={Lymphoid interstitial pneumonia: a narrative review.}, author={Jeffrey J. Swigris and Gerald J. Berry and Thomas A. Raffin and Ware G. Kuschner}, journal={Chest}, year={2002}, volume={122 6}, pages={2150-64} }