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Your patient is a college student with a serum IgA of 22 mg/dL, IgG of 175 mg/dL, and IgM of 40 mg/dL and has had a high fever with cough productive of yellowish sputum for the past two days. Auscultation of the chest reveals a few crackles in both lung bases. A chest radiograph reveals bilateral patchy pulmonary infiltrates. Name the inflammatory cell type you will see…Macrophages or Neutrophils?

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Your patient is a college student with a serum IgA of 22 mg/dL, IgG of 175 mg/dL, and IgM of 40 mg/dL and has had a high fever with cough productive of yellowish sputum for the past two days. Auscultation of the chest reveals a few crackles in both lung bases. A chest radiograph reveals bilateral patchy pulmonary infiltrates. Name the inflammatory cell type you will see…Macrophages or Neutrophils?

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