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Pleural effusion
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   Pleural effusion is an abnormal accumulation of fluid in the pleural space as a result of excessive transudation or exudation from pleural surfaces.

Symptoms:

  Onset -- (a) Acute with attack of pleuritic pain or pyrexia of unknown origin, later with pain. (b) Subacute. (c)Insidious -- with ill-defined health followed by dyspnoea.

1.       pain -- in early stage due to dry pleurisy replaced by dull ache.

2.       Dyspnoea -- depends on rate of collection of fluid.

3.       Cough usually dry.

4.       Loss of weight.

5.       Symptoms of toxemia -- Malaise, fever, anorexia.

 

Clinical treatment results
There were 123 cases used pure traditional Chinese medicine therapy; completely recovered- 102 cases, shown effectiveness- 20 cases and turned out better- 1 case.










 

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