Walking pneumonia, also called atypical pneumonia, is a milder form of pneumonia that does not usually require hospitalization, according to WebMD. Pneumonia in general is caused by bacteria, viruses, fungi, chemicals an... More »

Symptoms of walking pneumonia appear 15 to 25 days after exposure, with the symptoms developing slowly during two to four days, according to WebMD. The most common symptoms of walking pneumonia include a dry, violent cou... More »

Symptoms of walking pneumonia include a cough that produces little mucus and flu-like symptoms, as stated by WebMD. A sore throat and headache are additional symptoms. More »

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Walking pneumonia is a mild form of pneumonia that rarely requires hospitalization and is unlikely to be life-threatening, according to FamilyDoctor.org. As with any case of pneumonia, however, walking pneumonia can wors... More »

Mild pneumonia in most healthy persons does not require hospitalization, with symptoms typically clearing up in two or three weeks. However, more serious infections among especially young and old patients may require bri... More »

After exhibiting symptoms of a transient ischemic attack, such as numbness, confusion, difficulty speaking or walking, individuals may require hospitalization and treatment with medications or surgery, according to WebMD... More »

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Persistent pulmonary infiltrate is a form of pneumonia that effects the lungs and may or may not respond to conventional antibiotic medications. Alternative use of additional drugs in combination with antibiotics is ofte... More »