Research Article| Volume 50, ISSUE 3, PIN3, July 1956

Massive collapse of the lung with acute respiratory infection

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      Five cases of pulmonary aelectasis occurring in acute respiratory infections are reported. Chemotherapy and physiotherapy produced little improvement and the more frequent use of bronchoscopy is advocated in this type of case.
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