Pathomorphology of Viral Pneumonia of Immuno Deficiency Children
1Komiljon Kadirov, Rajabboy Israilov, Nizom Ermatov, Baxromjon Mirzakarimov, Aziz Zufarov
This study explores morphogenesis and morphological changes in acute respiratory viral infections in immunocompromised children. Initially, immune status was assessed as 4–5 cases of acute thalamus, increased atrophy, and immune dysfunction in peripheral organs with deficiency and atrophy of primary morphofunctional areas. In children with immunodeficiency, viral pneumonia manifests itself mainly in the form of bilateral multicenter hemorrhagic bronchopneumonia, most often with damage to segments II, IV, IX and X-X. Immunodeficiency is the most common complication of hemorrhagic bilateral polysegmental pneumonia, paraseric desquamatic hemorrhagic pneumonia, RS-virus infection with generalized pneumonia, adenovirus infection with serous-mammalian pneumonia, mixed virus.
children, immunodeficiency, lungs, pneumonia, virus, influenza, paragrid, RS-virus, adenovirus