Parenchymal inflammation, Biology

Parenchymal Inflammation

Parenchymal inflammation can be due to infectious diseases or acute bronchitis or pneumonia discussion will be mainly on pneumania in the following text:

  1. Infectious disease 
  2. Acute bronchitis 
  3. Pneumonia 
  4. Tuberculosis 

Bronchitis can be acute or chronic. Acute bronchitis is an inflammation of the bronchi due to primarily viral infection but may also arise form bacterial agents such as haemophilus influenza and streptococcus pneumonia.

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