. Definition:A pleural effusion is an excessive accumulation of fluid in the pleural space. It can be detected on X-ray when 300 mL or more of fluid is present and clinically when 500 mL or more is present. The chest X-ray appearances range from the obliteration of the costophrenic angle to dense
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