Angus leads Nossal Institute for Global Health’s One Health Unit. A livestock vet & epidemiologist working in international ag development, he takes a ‘big picture’ view of One Health & sustainability
Thanks for everyone's comments about this. My understanding is that there is no clear definition of 'atypical pneumonia', but that it's used to refer to a pneumonia (i.e., infection of the lung tissues) that doesn't resemble the clinical _signs_ of common pneumonias and/or isn't caused by the common pathogens (bacterial or viral) that cause pneumonia. The...