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What is bilateral perihilar pneumonia?

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Dr. Larry Maturani
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In brief: Region Involved

Peri hilar is the region of the lungs where the infection occurs.
It is the area where the structures that form the roots of the left lun enter and leave this viscus:pulmonary artery, pulmonary veins, lymphatic vessels and bronchus with bronciial venis and arteries.

In brief: Region Involved

Peri hilar is the region of the lungs where the infection occurs.
It is the area where the structures that form the roots of the left lun enter and leave this viscus:pulmonary artery, pulmonary veins, lymphatic vessels and bronchus with bronciial venis and arteries.
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