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Allergic pneumonia

Allergic pneumonia (exogenous allergic alveolitis) is a group of diffuse interstitial granulomatous lung diseases caused by repeated inhalation of various antigenic organic dust and low molecular weight chemicals by susceptible people. Farmers' lungs caused by repeated inhalation of hay containing thermophilic actinomycetes are one of the representatives. The occurrence of allergic pneumonia is related to seasonal air pollution and indoor microbial pollution. Patients must first be separated from the pathogenic environment.

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