probable maximum loss.
[“Synchronous Operations as First-Class Values”, J.H. Reppy firstname.lastname@example.org, Proc SIGPLAN 88 Conf Prog Lang Design and Impl, June 1988, pp. 250-259].
progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy
noun, Pathology. 1. a form of plague characterized by lung involvement. pneumonic plague n. A frequently fatal form of bubonic plague in which the lungs are infected and the disease is transmissible by coughing.
[noo-muh-nahy-tis, nyoo-] /ˌnu məˈnaɪ tɪs, ˌnyu-/ noun, Pathology. 1. inflammation of the lung caused by a virus or exposure to irritating substances. /ˌnjuːmɒnˈaɪtɪs/ noun 1. inflammation of the lungs pneumonitis pneu·mo·ni·tis (nōō’mə-nī’tĭs, nyōō’-) n. Inflammation of lung tissue. Also called pulmonitis.
1. a combining form meaning “lung,” used in the formation of compound words: pneumonoconiosis. before vowels pneumon-, word-forming element meaning “lung,” from comb. form of Greek pneumon (genitive pneumonos “lung” (see pneumonia). pneumono- or pneumon- pref. Lung; pulmonary: pneumonotomy.
pneumonocele pneu·mo·no·cele (nōō’mə-nō-sēl’, nyōō’-, nu-mŏn’ə-, nyu-) n. Protrusion of a portion of the lung through a defect in the chest wall. Also called pleurocele, pneumatocele, pneumocele.