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Fatal Hydrocarbon Lipoid Pneumonia and Pneumonitis Secondary to Automatic Transmission Fluid Ingestion
Second Year Medical Student,
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences,
Associate Professor of Pathology & Pediatrics,
Director of Autopsy Services at Arkansas Children's Hospital & University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences,
(Received 26 October 1991; accepted 20 December 1991)
This is the first reported case of an unusual exogeneous lipoid pneumonia with marked interstitial pneumonitis and fibrosis along with generalized diffuse omental oozing developing in a 14-month-old child following ingestion of automatic transmission fluid.
toxicology, pathology and biology, hydrocarbons, pneumonia
Paper ID: JFS13334J
Title Fatal Hydrocarbon Lipoid Pneumonia and Pneumonitis Secondary to Automatic Transmission Fluid Ingestion
Symposium , 0000-00-00
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