Cryptogenic organizing pneumonia causes

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Editor-In-Chief: C. Michael Gibson, M.S., M.D. [1] Associate Editor(s)-in-Chief: Manpreet Kaur, MD [2] Serge Korjian M.D.

Overview

Cryptogenic organizing pneumonia has no identifiable etiology. Some of the causes of organizing pneumonia include infectious agents, drugs, inflammatory diseases, and toxic exposures.

Causes

Some of the causes of organizing pneumonia include infectious agents, drugs, inflammatory diseases, and toxic exposures.

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References

  1. Cordier JF (2000). "Organising pneumonia". Thorax. 55 (4): 318–28. PMC 1745738. PMID 10722773.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Organizing pneumonia (OP/BOOP). Pneumotox.com, The Drug-Induced Respiratory Disease Website. Available at http://www.pneumotox.com/pattern/view/5/I.d/organizing-pneumonia-op-boop/. Accessed on February 1, 2016.



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