2016 October

DNA Viruses About Pulmonary Infection

DNA VIRUSES Adenovirus Adenovirus primarily affects the immunosuppressed host but can produce outbreaks in healthy subjects living at close quarters, e.g., military recruits. Adenovirus typically produces ulcerative bronchiolitis with karyorrhexis, neutrophilic […]

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RNA Viruses About Pulmonary Infection

RNA Viruses Influenza Influenza is a rod-shaped RNA virus that can cause either bronchiolitis or DAD without cytopathic changes. Influenza infection recurs each year due to a high incidence of mutation of […]

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