H1N1 Influenza Center

From the Publishers of the New England Journal of Medicine

Chest X-Ray Abnormalities Associated with H1N1 Influenza Infection Chest X-Ray Abnormalities Associated with H1N1 Influenza Infection Chest X-Ray Abnormalities Associated with H1N1 Influenza Infection

Patchy consolidation, often bilateral, was the most common finding in chest X-rays of patients with suspected 2009 H1N1 influenza. (more…)


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  1. I work in the Nathional institute of respiratory disseases in Mexico City, and the radiographic patern is very comon interstitial and alveolar bilateral and bibasal that spares the uper lobes, and in ct hr its ground glass opacification, bilateral and bibasal. no adenopathies or fluid efusion

  2. It Is to be noted that in 1919 regent professor of Medicine at Oxford University,Sir William Osler, arguably the world’s Greatest physician, died of the complications of 1918 influenza (empyema) James U Guthrie MD