Pulmonary Problems

  • H.-G. Klingemann


Acute pulmonary toxicity early after transplantation is mainly related to high dose chemoradiotherapy and manifests itself as interstitial pneumonitis. However, there are also numerous infectious agents that can affect the lung early post-transplant.


Small Airway Obstructive Lung Disease Chronic GVHD Allogeneic Bone Marrow Transplantation Interstitial Pneumonitis 
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