KURT BERLINER, M.D.
Few papers have been written on the subject of hemorrhagic pleural effusion during the past 10 years. There are discussions of the subject which are part of an exposition of single underlying diseases.1 There are other discussions of hemorrhagic pleural effusion which limit themselves to its occurrence in children.2, 3 But there is no comprehensive study of the entire subject except chapters in textbooks on diseases of the chest4, 5 which, however, fail to give the sources for their conclusions. Views expressed in the older literature6, 7 are now open to question in the light of our better knowledge of
BERLINER K. HEMORRHAGIC PLEURAL EFFUSION; AN ANALYSIS OF 120 CASES1. Ann Intern Med. 1941;14:2266–2284. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-14-12-2266
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