How to Pronounce intralobar?

Correct pronunciation for the word "intralobar" is [ˈɪntɹəlˌɒbɑː], [ˈɪntɹəlˌɒbɑː], [ˈɪ_n_t_ɹ_ə_l_ˌɒ_b_ɑː].

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"Intralobar" in context

Intralobar is a type of lung disease that occurs when the inner pleura - the thin layer of tissue that separates the two lungs - becomes thickened and inflamed. This can happen due to infection, inflammation, or exposure to certain substances. It is most often seen in children, but it can also occur in adults. Symptoms of intralobar can include chest pain, coughing, and difficulty breathing. In more severe cases, the condition may cause respiratory failure. Diagnosis is based on a physical examination and imaging tests such as a chest X-ray or CT scan. Treatment typically involves antibiotics for infections and corticosteroids to reduce inflammation.

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