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How lung can one fully recover from fluid extracted from lung due to pneumonia.?

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Dr. Michael Silverman
Internal Medicine - Infectious Disease
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In brief: Yes it can recover

A lot depends on the cause of the fluid removed but in general one could recover back to normal but a lot of factors are involved.

In brief: Yes it can recover

A lot depends on the cause of the fluid removed but in general one could recover back to normal but a lot of factors are involved.
Dr. Michael Silverman
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Dr. William Walsh
Generally, complete drainage (or nearly complete drainage of the pleural fluid) plus an adequate course of antibiotics, an intact immune response, and adequate nutrition.
Dr. Mouhammed Rihawi
Internal Medicine

In brief: Yes

Recovery is the natural history of this need cxr to show recovery.

In brief: Yes

Recovery is the natural history of this need cxr to show recovery.
Dr. Mouhammed Rihawi
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