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Etymology: [ nu-'mO-ny&, nyu- ] (noun.) 1603. From Ancient Greek πνευμονία (pneumonia, “lung disease”) from πνεύμων (pneumōn, “lung”).
1 zatürree
2 double pneumonia iki taraflı zaturree
3 pnömoni
4 akciğer iltihaplanması
5 akciğer yangısı
6 zatüre  Tıp
7 tıb zatürree
8 Ekseriya pnömokokların yaptığı akciğer iltihabı, zatürrie, pnömoni  Tıp
 
9 An acute or chronic inflammation of the lungs caused by viruses, bacteria or other microorganisms, or sometimes by physical or chemical irritants
10 peripneumony
11 peripneumonia
12 a disease characterized by the inflammation of the lungs; often caused by bacteria or certain species of fungi
13 A general term used to describe the inflammation and consolidation of lung tissue as a result of infection of inhalation of foreign particles
14 inflammation of lungs, usually with consolidation and systemic symptoms
15 An infection in the lungs
16 A disease of the lungs in which the tissue becomes inflamed, hardened and watery
17 A lung infection that can be caused by different types of germs, including bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites Although different types of pneumonia tend to affect children in different age groups, pneumonia is most commonly caused by viruses, like RSV Symptoms include: fever, chills, cough, rapid breathing, breathing that makes a "grunting" or wheezing sound, labored breathing that makes a rib muscles retract, vomiting, chest pain, abdominal pain, decreased activity, loss of appetite (in older children) or poor feeding (in infants,) and bluish or gray color of the lips and fingernails Since an asthma parent is familiar with seeing many of those symptoms on a daily basis, pneumonia can sneak in unnoticed (It's happened to Ed more than once ) It is important to consult your physican when your child is suffering from a respiratory virus
18 Lung inflammation and (usually) infection
19 Inflammation of the lungs It is attended with chill, followed by sudden temperature elevation, dyspnea, rapid breathing, pain in the side, and cough, with bloodstained expectoration
20 (noo-MONE-ya): An inflammatory infection that occurs in the lung
21 Fluid in the lungs
22 Infection in the lung Patients who are recovering from abdominal surgery are at risk for this problem Walking, and the use of incentive spirometry, can substantially reduce this risk
23 Inflammation or infection of the lungs
24 infection of the lung characterized by fever, cough, shortness of breath, and the production of purulent or bloody sputum
25 inflammation of the lungs with congestion caused by viruses, bacteria, or irritants
26 Inflammation of the lungs
27 Inflammation of the lungs with consolidation and exudation
28 Pneumonia is a serious disease which affects your lungs and makes it difficult for you to breathe. She nearly died of pneumonia. a serious illness that affects your lungs and makes it difficult for you to breathe (from pneumon ). Inflammation and solidification of lung tissue caused by infection, foreign particle inhalation, or irradiation but usually by bacteria. Mycoplasma pneumoniae is the most common cause in healthy individuals. The bronchi and alveoli may be inflamed. Coughing becomes severe and may bring up flecks of blood. It can be serious but is rarely fatal. Streptococcus pneumoniae is more common and generally more severe but usually affects only those with low resistance, especially in hospitals. A highly lethal form caused by Klebsiella pneumoniae is almost always confined to hospitalized patients with low immunity. Other bacterial pneumonias include Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia (rare except in AIDS) and Legionnaire disease. Most respond to antibiotic treatment. Viruses set the stage for bacterial pneumonia by weakening the individual's immune system more often than they cause pneumonia directly. Fungal pneumonia usually occurs in hospitalized persons with low resistance, but contaminated dusts can cause it in healthy individuals. It can develop rapidly and may be fatal. X-ray treatment (see radiation therapy) of structures in the chest may cause temporary lung inflammation
29 respiratory disease characterized by inflammation of the lung parenchyma (excluding the bronchi) with congestion caused by viruses or bacteria or irritants
30 The inflammation of the lungs due to an infection
31 An inflammation of the alveoli, interstitial tissue, and bronchioles of the lungs due to infection by bacteria, viruses, or other pathogenic organisms, or to irritation by chemicals or other agents (CMD 1997)
32 Inflammation of the lungs (Read about "Pneumonia")
33 a sudden infection of localized areas of the lungs Pneumonia often accompanies bronchitis
34 Inflammation of the lungs characterized by fever, chills, muscle stiffness, chest pain, cough, shortness of breath, rapid heart rate and difficulty breathing Polysaccharide vaccines- Vaccines that are composed of long chains of sugar molecules that resemble the surface of certain types of bacteria Polysaccharide vaccines are available for pneumococcal disease, meningococcal disease and Haemophilus Influenzae type b
35 (nu-mo-ni-a) Inflammation of the lungs caused primarily by bacteria, viruses, and chemical irritants Can lead to an oxygen dependent condition
36 —Inflammation of the lungs due to a bacterial or viral infection, which causes fever, shortness of breath, and the coughing up of phlegm (mucus and other material produced by the lining of the respiratory tract; also called sputum)
37 Inflammation of the lungs with congestion or consolidation
38 inflammation of the lungs, severe congestion of the lungs  isim
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