House allergic alveolitis
House allergic alveolitis is a hypersensitivity pneumonitis (see this term) resulting from the inhalation of an antigen to which an individual has been previously sensitized in his/her domestic environment. House allergic alveolitis encompasses summer hypersensitivity pneumonitis humidifier-induced lung diseases hot tub lung and legionellosis (see this term).
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