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Lymphocytic infiltrations of the lung 

Lymphocytic infiltrations of the lung
Lymphocytic infiltrations of the lung

D.J. Hendrick


July 30, 2015: This chapter has been re-evaluated and remains up-to-date. No changes have been necessary.


A relevant case history from Oxford Case Histories in Respiratory Medicine has been added to this chapter.

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date: 27 September 2021

Case History—A 37 yr old woman with common variable immunodeficiency, now presenting with a 6-week history of breathlessness and productive cough.

Many disorders are associated with lymphocytic infiltration of the lung, but there is a spectrum of conditions in which such infiltration is the chief focus of attention, ranging from benign (e.g. lymphocytic interstitial pneumonia) to malignant (e.g. lymphoma)....

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