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What are the symptoms of acute hypersensitivity pneumonitis?
Symptoms of acute hypersensitivity pneumonitis include:
Shortness of breath
Body aches, malaise
Chest X-ray may show diffuse small nodules in the lungs. Typically, the symptoms will subside hours to days after exposure (provided there are no repeated exposures). The
abnormalities on chest X-ray abnormalities will also disappear. The
patient's condition can deteriorate after exposure; therefore it is imperative
that a medical evaluation be performed to determine the best course of