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Pulmonary toxoplasmosis

Pulmonary toxoplasmosis is a disease in respiratory medicine. Pulmonary inflammation caused by Toxoplasma gondii is a zoonotic disease. The clinical manifestations are headache, myalgia, dry cough, etc. the cough is paroxysmal, and a few cough a large amount of mucus sputum or mucus blood sputum. Chest X-ray showed diffuse fuzzy or small nodular infiltrating shadow. The first choice for treatment is pyrimidine and sulfadiazine. Optional. Spiramycin and clindamycin can be used alone or in combination with pyrimidine or sulfadiazine.


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