What is Parapneumonic pulmonary effusion ?


Parapneumonic pulmonary effusion is an accumulation of fluid between layers of the membrane lining the lung and the chest cavity (pleural effusion) that develops in the setting of pneumonia.
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Honestly, never used synpneumonic, always used parapneumonic to describe an effusion that you were blaming on a concurrent pneumonia. Looking in Dorland's medical dictionary, I'm
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