pulmonary schistosomiasis

pulmonary schistosomiasis
schistosomiasis in which migrating parasites cause a type of pneumonia, and the ova, and sometimes the adult worms, cause embolization of pulmonary arterioles. Allergic pneumonia, allergic asthma, and emphysema may occur.

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