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Pleural Fluid

Summary Information: Pleural Fluid

Pleural Fluid: The pleural fluid is a lubricating fluid found in the pleural space inside a two layered membrane that encloses the lungs, called the pleura. The pleural fluid helps the layers of the pleura to move smoothly during expansion and contraction of the lungs during respiration.

Closely Related Organs: Pleural Fluid

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Conditions Afflicting Organs: Pleural Fluid

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Symptoms Related to Afflictions of: Pleural Fluid

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