alexa Uncommon Association of Pulmonary Infiltrates

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Uncommon Association of Pulmonary Infiltrates

A 24 year old male patient presented with fever, chills, sore throat and neck pain since 2 weeks. He was tachycardiac and tachypneic on arrival. On auscultation, decreased entry in both lower lobes and crepitations were noted. Laboratory investigations showed elevated C-Reactive protein (CRP) and increased white blood cells (WBC) counts of 14,200/cm3.


Citation: Kumar M, Radhan P, Dev B (2015) Uncommon Association of Pulmonary Infiltrates. J Pulm Respir Med 5:i012.

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