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Pneumonia is a disease of the lungs in which they become infected and inflamed. This can be due to a very large number of microorganisms like viruses and bacteria, but also due to environmental dangers such as chemical inhalation as well. It can be a very serious illness and is a leading cause of hospitalization. Many times, pneumonia only affects either one lung or the other, however sometimes double pneumonia (also known as bilateral pneumonia) may also occur. This particular type is often much more severe, and symptoms can be exacerbated greatly
Pneumonia is an infection of the lungs, and it is caused by many different types of microorganisms including bacteria, viruses, fungi and even parasites. In many cases, pneumonia in children comes following infection from influenza, adenovirus, croup and RSV, as well as other common types of illness including what is often the culprit, an upper respiratory infection. In children, it may be somewhat easier to determine the type of underlying infection that is causing the illness.
In cases of viral pneumonia, symptom onset may be delayed
Pneumonia is an infection of the lungs, and while the name hints at other affected locations, bronchial pneumonia (also referred to as bronchopneumonia) is also an infection of the lungs. What makes the condition different however is that it also affects the bronchi, unlike the more familiar form of the lung disease that only affects the lungs, known as lobar pneumonia. The lung disease is characterized by inflammation of the tiny air sacs in the lungs known as alveoli, and they can become filled with fluid