Medical Definition of Pleural effusion in newborn

1. Chylothorax most common cause of large effusion, erythroblastosis foetalis, Turner syndrome, congestive heart failure, infantile polycystic kidneys, wet-lung disease, hypervolaemia (idiopathic or iatrogenic), oesophageal tear, enteric cyst, obstructed pulmonary veins (12 Dec 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pleural Effusion In Newborn

pleura mediastinalis
pleura parietalis
pleura pericardiaca
pleura phrenica
pleura pulmonalis
pleura visceralis
pleural calculus
pleural canal
pleural cavity
pleural crackles
pleural cupula
pleural effusion
pleural effusion in newborn (current term)
pleural fluid
pleural fremitus
pleural friction rub
pleural lines
pleural lobe
pleural needle biopsy
pleural neoplasms
pleural plaque
pleural pressure
pleural rale
pleural reaction
pleural recesses
pleural rub
pleural sinuses

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