lipoid pneumonia

Exogenous lipoid pneumonia is a well described entity caused by ingestion and aspiration of lipid material, most commonly mineral oil. Lipoid pneumonia …‎Case description · ‎Discussion · ‎Notes

Lipoid pneumonia is a rare condition that occurs when fat particles enter the lungs. Lipoids, also known as lipids, are fat molecules. Pneumonia …‎Symptoms · ‎Causes · ‎Risk factors · ‎Diagnosis

Exogenous lipoid pneumonia is an uncommon form of pneumonia that is related to the inhalation or aspiration of fatty substances. Although there …

Exogenous lipoid pneumonia (ELP) is a rare form of pneumonia caused by inhalation or aspiration of a fatty substance. ELP has been reported …

Lipoid pneumonia results from the pulmonary accumulation of endogenous or exogenous lipids. Host tissue reactions to the inhaled substances differ according …

Exogenous lipoid pneumonia is a rare disease caused by aspiration or inhalation of oily substances. Case presentation. A 66-year-old male with …

Lipoid pneumonia is a specific form of lung inflammation (pneumonia) that develops when lipids enter the bronchial tree. The disorder is sometimes called …

Lipoid pneumonia is caused when lipids (which are, essentially, fatty acids) enter the lungs, causing the lungs …

Exogenous lipoid pneumonia is caused by inhalation or aspiration of animal fat or vegetable or mineral oil. Endogenous lipoid pneumonia is usually associated …