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Macleod syndrome

Introduction: Macleod syndrome

Description of Macleod syndrome

Macleod syndrome: Hyperlucency of one lung with decreased size and vascularity of the lung. It is often associated with BRONCHIOLITIS OBLITERANS and with adenovirus infection in childhood.
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