The pulmonary physician in critical care * illustrative case 3: pulmonary vasculitis

Griffith M; Brett S; Griffith, M; Brett, S
June 2003
Thorax;Jun2003, Vol. 58 Issue 6, p543
Academic Journal
journal article
The case history of a patient admitted to the ICU with severe hypoxic respiratory failure later diagnosed as Wegener's granulomatosis is presented. The diagnosis and management of patients with suspected pulmonary vasculitis is discussed.


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