Case of Serous Effusion into the Pleura of Eighteen Months' Duration, Treated by Repeated Paracentesis, and Subsequently by Free Incision, Probably Tuberculous in Origin, and Associated with Chronic Ascites; Recovery Complete, with Re-Expansion of the Lung and Little Contraction of the Side.

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@article{WestCaseOS, title={Case of Serous Effusion into the Pleura of Eighteen Months' Duration, Treated by Repeated Paracentesis, and Subsequently by Free Incision, Probably Tuberculous in Origin, and Associated with Chronic Ascites; Recovery Complete, with Re-Expansion of the Lung and Little Contraction of the Side.}, author={Stephanie T. West}, journal={British medical journal}, volume={1 1791}, pages={913-6} }