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Respiratory distress secondary to pulmonary leukemia


, : Respiratory distress secondary to pulmonary leukemia. American Journal of Diseases of Children 135(8): 716-718

Two children with acute lymphoblastic leukemia in complete and partial remission, respectively, had severe respiratory disease that subsequently proved to be massive pulmonary infiltrates of leukemic cells. Diffuse pneumonitis may be a symptom of leukemic relapse. The diagnosis of pulmonary leukemia should be considered in all episodes of pneumonitis in children with leukemia.

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PMID: 6943930

DOI: 10.1001/archpedi.1981.02130320030010


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