Secondary pulmonary haemosiderosis

Dr Henry Knipe and Dr Yuranga Weerakkody et al.

Secondary pulmonary haemosiderosis (SPH) is a form of pulmonary haemosiderosis. This is considered the less common form and is usually due to conditions such as collagen vascular diseases, coagulation disorders and congestive heart failure 3 (especially mitral stenosis).

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Article information

rID: 25511
System: Chest
Section: Pathology
Tags: stub, cases
Synonyms or Alternate Spellings:
  • Secondary pulmonary hemosiderosis (SPH)
  • Secondary pulmonary hemosiderosis

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