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What does this mean serous fluid in chest?

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Dr. Gutti Rao
Internal Medicine - Hospital-based practice

In brief: Serous fluid

It is normal to have some fluid between the pleural surfaces for lubrication during chest excursions.
If due to disease pattern the fluid accumulates- pleural effusion, it causes shortness of breath and needs to be addressed asap.

In brief: Serous fluid

It is normal to have some fluid between the pleural surfaces for lubrication during chest excursions.
If due to disease pattern the fluid accumulates- pleural effusion, it causes shortness of breath and needs to be addressed asap.
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