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CDC: “Pneumocystis pneumonia.”
Cleveland Clinic: “Pleural Effusion: Heart & Vascular Institute Overview.”
Mayo Clinic: “Pneumonia,” “Legionnaires' disease,” “Walking pneumonia: What does it mean?”
National Institutes of Health: “Explore Pneumonia: Risk Factors,” “Explore Pneumonia: Signs, Symptoms, and Complications,” “Explore Pneumonia: Diagnosis,” “Explore Pneumonia: Treatment,” “Explore Pneumonia: Prevention,” “Explore Pneumonia: Causes,” “Explore Pneumonia: Pneumonia.”
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