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Bakterielle Pneumonien

  • C. H. L. Rieger
  • A. Fenner

Zusammenfassung

Die Pneumokokkenpneumonie ist eine meist akut verlaufende Entzündung des Lungenparenchyms und der intrathorakalen Atemwege. Klassische Manifestationsform ist die Lobär- oder Segmentpneumonie (s. Abb. 1, Abschn. 8.2). Sie kann jedoch auch als Bronchopneumonie auftreten, insbesondere im jüngeren Säuglingsalter.

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  • C. H. L. Rieger
  • A. Fenner

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