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Lipoid pneumonia

Lipoid pneumonia is a chronic inflammatory reaction of the lung to some lipids. Interstitial pneumonia caused by aspiration of premature, weak or cleft palate infants due to imperfect pharyngeal reflex when feeding milk, cod liver oil or dropping paraffin oil from nostrils.

Symptoms

Sarcoidosis of the elderly

Papillary muscle dysfunction and rupture in the elderly

Superior vena cava compression syndrome in the elderly

Chronic bronchitis in the elderly

Senile cardiocerebral syndrome

Ventricular premature contraction in the elderly

Bronchial asthma in the elderly

Streptobacillosis

Separation of aortic dissection in the elderly

Uremic pneumonia of the elderly

Ventricular flutter and ventricular fibrillation in the elderly

Ventricular tachycardia in the elderly

Streptococcal toxic shock syndrome

Senile aortic aneurysm

Sleep apnea syndrome in the elderly

Cardiogenic shock in the elderly

Diabetic heart disease in the elderly

Senile end-stage pneumonia

Vertebrobasilar insufficiency in the elderly

Benign lymphocytic vasculitis and granulomatosis

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