AFOP

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AcronymDefinition
AFOPAlliance Fiber Optic Products, Inc.
AFOPAssociation of Farmworker Opportunity Programs
AFOPacute fibrinous and organizing pneumonia
AFOPand for other purposes
AFOPAssociation Française des industries de l'Optique et de la Photonique
AFOPAction for Our Planet (est. 2009)
AFOPAdvocacy For Older People (UK)
AFOPAssociation for the Freedom of Oppressed Plushies
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Acute fibrinous and organizing pneumonia: a histological pattern of lung injury and possible variant of diffuse alveolar damage.
Nivolumab-induced acute fibrinous and organizing pneumonia (AFOP).
Diagnostic problems related to acute fibrinous and organizing pneumonia: misdiagnosis in 2 cases of lung consolidation and occupying lesions.
Clinical and radiological profile of acute fibrinous and organizing pneumonia: a retrospective study.
Severe acute fibrinous and organizing pneumonia (AFOP) causing ventilatory failure : Successful treatment with mycophenolate mofetil and corticosteroids.
Severe acute respiratory failure secondary to acute fibrinous and organizing pneumonia requiring mechanical ventilation : A case report and literature review.
Successful lung retransplantation in a patient with acute fibrinous and organizing pneumonia : A case report.
Diagnostic problems related to acute fibrinous and organizing pneumonia : Misdiagnosis in 2 cases of lung consolidation and occupying lesions.
Acute fibrinous and organizing pneumonia was originally described in patients with an ALI pattern that did not meet strict criteria for DAD or OP.
Expanding the spectrum of pulmonary histopathological manifestations of anti-synthetase syndrome: anti-EJ-associated acute fibrinous and organizing pneumonia. Histopathology.
Acute fibrinous and organizing pneumonia. As opposed to hyaline membranes, organizing intra-alveolar fibrin is present.
Acute fibrinous and organizing pneumonia was additionally found to be associated with a wide range of potential etiologies similar to those seen in DAD, and some cases were felt to be idiopathic.
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