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Interstitielle Lungenerkrankungen aufgrund bekannter Ursachen

  • A. Prasse
  • H. Matthys
  • U. Costabel

Zusammenfassung

Bei der exogen-allergischen Alveolitis handelt es sich um eine spätallergische (IgG-vermittelte), meist von den peripheren Atemwegen ausgehende Entzündung des Alveolarraums, die durch Inhalation organischer Stäube (Bakterien, Pilzsporen, tierische und pflanzliche Partikel) hervorgerufen wird.

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  • A. Prasse
  • H. Matthys
  • U. Costabel

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