diaphragmatic part of parietal pleura

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diaphragmatic part of parietal pleura

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portion of the outer (parietal) layer of pleura that lines the superior aspect of the diaphragm on each side of the pericardium.
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Giant localized solitary fibrous tumors of the diaphragmatic pleura: report of two cases.
The left diaphragmatic pillar was not recognizable, and there was no evidence of hernia sac and diaphragmatic pleura (Figure 2(b)).
They can arise from the lateral wall as well from the mediastinal or diaphragmatic pleura. [3]
The scan showed residual thickening of the lower part of the left oblique fissure and focal thickening of the left diaphragmatic pleura. The pain was attributed to an increased stretching of scarred lung tissues and this resolved over time.
Diaphragmatic pleura: That which covers the thoracic surface of the diaphragm.
Millimetric colour changes which are dark brown and in patches joint and scattered were seen in the chest wall and the diaphragmatic pleura. Pleural biopsy was taken from this section.

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