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Simple pulmonary eosinophilic infiltration

LV Fulu first described the disease in 1932, so it is also known as LV Fulu syndrome. It is characterized by migratory pulmonary infiltration with increased eosinophil count in peripheral blood, mild pulmonary symptoms, mostly only mild cough, self limiting course of disease, and often self-healing within 3 ~ 4 weeks.

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