Broncho-pneumonia

Related to Broncho-pneumonia: bronchitis

Bron`cho-pneu`mo´ni`a


n.1.(Med.) Inflammation of the bronchi and lungs; catarrhal pneumonia.
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Usually the patients had either broncho-pneumonia or lobar consolidation.
What we do know is that Benjamin died of broncho-pneumonia in Woolwich and at that time his address was listed at Lidget Street in Lindley.
Jenny Grindrod and her daughters, Shelbie and Leah, of Erdington, were huge fans of the 22-yearold heavyweight Patagonian sealion Orry and were left devastated following his death on July 30 from broncho-pneumonia.
In September 2004, people protested in front of the same hospital after 14 children died of broncho-pneumonia and gastro-enteritis.
Mr Hill died from broncho-pneumonia but a post-mortem concluded that his diabetes condition probably caused him to collapse and become unconscious at home.
Twin M died from broncho-pneumonia in June 2009 - and not as a result of the injuries she sustained.
He died two days later of broncho-pneumonia, which developed as a result of the multiple injuries, including brain and lung damage, he suffered in the fall at the complex in Swansea marina.
Home Office pathologist Dr Nigel Cooper said the cause of Mr Hill's death was broncho-pneumonia due to the effects of morphine.
That part of the Julia Gillard story appeals to me a lot because I also nearly died of broncho-pneumonia when I was three.
She was widowed yet again when second husband Peter, 76, died of broncho-pneumonia.
Despite treatment in Arrowe Park hospital, Georgja died on June 9 of broncho-pneumonia brought on by the hanging.