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AbstractInhalation of fluorocarbon polymers can cause pulmonary toxicity. Although multiple cases of lung injury have been reported, cellular characterization of the associated alveolitis occurring acutely after inhalation is limited. We report the case of apreviously healthy woman who presented at our Emergency Department with an acute pneumonitis following inhalation of afluorocarbon polymer-based rain-proofing spray. Bronchoalveolar lavage (BAL) performed shortly after the presentationdoi:10.2478/s13382-011-0038-7 pmid:22002324 fatcat:5ddog6evwjg6bg2jhd34tt5wiy