Drug-induced pleural disease.


Drug-induced pleural disease is uncommon and less known to clinicians than drug-induced parenchymal lung disease. Pleural reactions from drugs manifest as pleural effusions, pleural thickening, or pleuritic chest pain, and may occur in the absence of parenchymal infiltrates. The clinician should be cognizant of the possibility of a drug-induced pleural… (More)


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