Pneumocystic pneumonia is an infection caused by Pneumocystis jiroveci, a microscopic fungus that lives in the lungs of many people. The infection usually causes no symptoms in healthy people, but can cause pneumonia in infants who have AIDS, cancer, or other conditions that affect the immune system.
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