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Nonneoplastic Pleural Disease

  • Samuel P. Hammar

Abstract

This chapter discusses the etiology, epidemiology, and laboratory features of pleural effusions, and the pathologic features of selected pleural diseases.

Keywords

Pleural Effusion Mesothelial Cell Acquire Immune Deficiency Syndrome Pleural Fluid Malignant Pleural Effusion 
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  • Samuel P. Hammar
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  1. 1.Pathology Associates of Kitsap CountyHarrison Medical CenterBremertonUSA

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