Also known as pulmonary edema, this is the presence of fluid in the air sacs of the lungs. It is often the result of heart failure (fluid builds up in the lungs because the heart is not strong enough to pump it out). It can occur for a variety of other reasons, including certain medications, kidney failure, pneumonia, and many other issues.
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