Cholesterol pneumonia


cholesterol a eukaryotic sterol that in higher animals is the precursor of bile acids and steroid hormones and a key constituent of cell membranes. Most is synthesized by the liver and other tissues, but some is absorbed from dietary sources, with each kind transported in the plasma by specific lipoproteins. It can accumulate or deposit abnormally, as in some gallstones and in atheromas. Preparations are used as emulsfiers in pharmaceuticals.


* Cough * Cyanosis * Inflamed lungs * Chest pain * Breathing difficulty


cholesterol granulomas of the lungs are rare lesions of unknown cause but with characteristic morphologic features. There are few reports of these lesions in pulmonary disorders unrelated to endogenous lipoid pneumonia, pulmonary alveolar proteinosis, or cholesterol pneumonia.


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