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Lung abscess

Lung abscess

a collection of pus within a cavity in the lung due to a bacterial infection (bacterial endocarditis). Certain bacteria (staphylococcus, pseudomonas, tuberculosis, Klebsiella) are more likely to cavitate the lung and cause abscess formation.

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