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Simple pulmonary eosinophilia

Simple pulmonary eosinophilia was first reported by Loffler in 1932, so it is also called lofflers syndrome. It is characterized by mild systemic symptoms, transient lung shadow on X-ray, and increased blood eosinophils. The course of disease is 2 ~ 4 weeks. It is also known as acute pulmonary eosinophilia. Patients may have a personal or family history of allergy.

Symptoms

Single ventricle

Cholesterol pneumonia

Escherichia coli pneumonia

Spinal vascular malformation type II and III

Choking

Multiple system organ failure

Typical preexcitation syndrome

Building disease syndrome

Multiple pulmonary infection

Amyloid cardiomyopathy

Amyloidosis

Dansha

Unilateral emphysema

Short P-R syndrome

Herpes simplex virus pneumonia

Simple pulmonary eosinophilic infiltration

Multisource atrial tachycardia

Colorectal cancer

Escherichia coli gastroenteritis

Malignant lymphoma of large intestine

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