serofibrinous pleurisy


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se·ro·fib·rin·ous pleur·i·sy

the more common form of pleurisy, characterized by a fibrinous exudate on the surface of the pleura and an extensive effusion of serous fluid into the pleural cavity.

serofibrinous pleurisy

an inflammation of the pleura with a watery effusion and accumulation of fibrin on the pleural membranes.

se·ro·fib·rin·ous pleu·ri·sy

(sēr'ō-fī'bri-nŭs plūr'i-sē)
The more common form of pleurisy, characterized by a fibrinous exudate on the surface of the pleura and an extensive effusion of serous fluid into the pleural cavity.

serofibrinous pleurisy

Pleurisy with fibrinous exudate and serous effusion.
See also: pleurisy