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Senile pneumonia

Senile pneumonia often lacks obvious respiratory symptoms. Most of the symptoms are atypical, the disease progresses rapidly, and it is prone to missed diagnosis and wrong diagnosis. According to the literature, the "missed diagnosis rate" of pneumonia confirmed by pathology but not diagnosed clinically is 3.3% - 61.4%; The "misdiagnosis rate" of clinical diagnosis of pneumonia without corresponding pathological findings was 10.8% - 39.3%.


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