Bibasilar Infiltrate vs Pneumonia

Q:
Bibasilar infiltrate vs pneumonia

A:
Bibasilar infiltrate means there is something other than air at the trunk or bottom of the lungs. Pneumonia is the infection of the lungs. Bibasilar infiltrate can cause pneumonia, and this type of pneumonia is often referred to as “aspiration pneumonia”.

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