Words nearby bronchopneumonia
OTHER WORDS FROM bronchopneumoniabron·cho·pneu·mon·ic [brong-koh-noo-mon-ik, -nyoo-] /ˌbrɒŋ koʊ nʊˈmɒn ɪk, -nyʊ-/, adjective
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The lung tissue in bronchopneumonia is not enlarged, but rather more contracted than the normal tissue around it.
The neighboring lung tissue, when collapsed and involved in bronchopneumonia, has the color and consistency of pale-red flesh.
It is non-specific when it may be due to a variety of organisms, as enteritis (generally), bronchopneumonia, wound infections.The Fundamentals of Bacteriology|Charles Bradfield Morrey
In general, the distinction between pleuropneumonia and bronchopneumonia is not difficult to make.