Salicylate-induced pulmonary edema

T W Broderick, R T Reinke, E Goldman
AJR. American Journal of Roentgenology 1976, 127 (5): 865-6
A case of pulmonary edema secondary to salicylate intoxication is described. The pulmonary wedge pressure was normal, excluding cardiogenic pulmonary edema. Thus salicylate intoxication should be considered as a rare cause in the differential diagnosis of pulmonary edema with a normal heart size. The pulmonary edema resolved gradually over 8 days. Literature relative to salicylate-induced pulmonary edema is reviewed.

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