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CT Appearance Of The Pleural Space After Talc Pleurodesis.

J. G. Murray, E. Patz, J. Erasmus, R. Gilkeson
Published 1997 · Medicine

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OBJECTIVE This study describes the CT appearance of the pleural space after talc pleurodesis. CONCLUSION After talc pleurodesis, the pleural space reveals variable degrees of pleural thickening and nodularity, often with a residual loculated effusion. High-attenuation areas representing talc deposits are expected and should not be confused with other pleural abnormalities.



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