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Pulmonary fecal angiostrongyliasis

Pulmonary fecal angiostrongyliasis is a series of respiratory symptoms caused by the filamentous metacercaria of fecal angiostrongyliasis invading the skin or mucosa, passing through the lymphatic or venous system and the right heart to the lung, developing into child worms in 3 ~ 30 days, a few of them mature in the lung or bronchus, and most of them penetrate the pulmonary capillaries and enter the alveoli. The disease is distributed all over the world, but more in tropical, subtropical and temperate zones.

Symptoms

Pulmonary hemorrhage nephritis syndrome

Pulmonary pseudolymphoma

Pulmonary bullae

Atrioventricular canal malformation

Pulmonary malaria disease

Atrioventricular junction area escape and escape rhythm

Pulmonary cystic fibrosis

Pulmonary cough

Non bacterial thrombotic endocarditis

Pulmonary nocardiosis

Atrioventricular nodal reentrant tachycardia

Pulmonary geomycosis

Alveolar proteinosis

Benign lymphocytic vasculitis and granulomatosis of the lung

Non paroxysmal sinus tachycardia

Atrioventricular reentrant tachycardia

Pulmonary amyloidosis

Alveolar capillary block syndrome

Pulmonary collaterals

Non paroxysmal junctional tachycardia

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