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Iatrogenic pneumothorax

Iatrogenic pneumothorax: Introduction

An adverse condition caused by treatment by any health professional where a leak in the lung causes air to accumulate in the space around the lung (pleural cavity). This prevents the lung from expanding fully and hence a partial lung collapse occurs. For example, a doctor may accidentally puncture the lung during a surgical operation. ...more »

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