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Pleural friction

 

 

Pleural friction rub video compared with normal breath sound

  

 

Introduction Pleural friction
Embryology Pleural effusion clinical
Histology Pleural effusion -imaging
Clinical anatomy Pleurisy
Anatomy Anterior pleural line
Lymphatic drainage of lung Accessory pleural fissure
Pneumothorax
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Breath sounds


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Pleural friction rub

This is friction sound which occurs in pleurisy when there is not enough exudation to separate the surfaces of the pleural cavity. It has a rubbing creaking character but may be easily confused with crepitations.

 

 

 

 

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