[Tuberculous pleural effusion and pleural effusion secondary to non-specific bacterial infection: biochemical differential diagnosis (author's transl)].

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The authors study 14 different analytical parameters in the pleural fluid in order to recognize differential biological criteria, helping to establish an etiologic diagnosis in patients with suggestive clinical symptoms and biological data of an infectious process. In a group of 38 patients with bacterial exudative pleural effusion (22 of tuberculous origin… (More)

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@article{Cabrer1980TuberculousPE, title={[Tuberculous pleural effusion and pleural effusion secondary to non-specific bacterial infection: biochemical differential diagnosis (author's transl)].}, author={B Cabrer and Domingo Bofill and Andres C Marte Grau and S{\'i}lvia Jorge and Jos{\'e} Vivancos and Anna Balcells}, journal={Medicina clinica}, year={1980}, volume={74 3}, pages={89-91} }