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pulmonary in Biology topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpulmonarypul‧mo‧na‧ry /ˈpʊlmənəri, ˈpʌl- $ -neri, ˈpʌl-/ adjective [only before noun] medical  HBHrelating to the lungs, or having an effect on the lungs
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pulmonarySome clinicians and microbiologists continue to believe that P cepacia is a marker for, rather than the cause of, pulmonary deterioration.Symptomatic coccidioidomycosis has a wide clinical spectrum, ranging from mild influenza-like illness to serious pulmonary disease to widespread dissemination.Mortality is 3-4%, mainly owing to opportunistic infections and pulmonary emboli.They said she had pulmonary embolism and 7 days later, she died.Most patients taking the pills do not develop pulmonary hypertension, he said.Some researchers worry, however, that some cases of pulmonary hypertension may have been overlooked.These include the more firmly established association between the drugs and a potentially fatal lung disease, primary pulmonary hypertension.First, our population was limited to patients with sputum-smear-positive pulmonary tuberculosis.