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[The pathological anatomy of acute inflammatory lung diseases in adults]
Permiakov NK; Barinova MV; Magomedov MK
January 30, 1991
Arkh Patol. 1990;52(6):3-7. Unique Identifier : AIDSLINE MED/91024627

The paper relates the author's concern for diminishing interest of the pathologists to investigations of adult acute pneumonia, though chronic lung diseases and acute childhood pneumonia draw much attention. It is believed invalid to neglect classic methods of histobacterioscopy which are to be advanced. The researchers should insist on introduction of improved techniques of enzyme immunoassays in identification of pulmonary infection of viral and bacterial origin, study new kinds of pneumonias such as legionnaires' disease, Mycoplasma pneumonias, opportunistic infections in primary and secondary immunodeficiencies, e.g. AIDS, etc., presenting a wide field for the prosector's activity.

Acute Disease Adult Aged Aged, 80 and over Bacteria/ISOLATION & PURIF English Abstract Female Human Lung/MICROBIOLOGY/PATHOLOGY Lung Abscess/ETIOLOGY/MICROBIOLOGY/PATHOLOGY Male Middle Age Pneumonia/COMPLICATIONS/MICROBIOLOGY/*PATHOLOGY JOURNAL ARTICLE

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