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How are the lungs covered in pleura?
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Dr. Gurmukh Singh
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In brief: Two layers
Lungs are covered in two layers of pleura, visceral and parietal.
Both the thin layers of connective tissue with flattened epithelial lining. There is a potential space between the two layers and normally there is a small amount amount of lubrication fluid between the layers.

In brief: Two layers
Lungs are covered in two layers of pleura, visceral and parietal.
Both the thin layers of connective tissue with flattened epithelial lining. There is a potential space between the two layers and normally there is a small amount amount of lubrication fluid between the layers.
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