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Empyema - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
An empyema (from Greek ἐμπύημα, "abscess") is a collection of pus within a naturally existing anatomical cavity. For example, pleural empyema is empyema of ...
Empyema: MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia
Empyema is a collection of pus in the space between the lung and the inner surface of the chest wall (pleural space). Causes Empyema is usually caused by ...
Pleural empyema - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pleural empyema, also known as pyothorax or purulent pleuritis, is empyema (an accumulation of pus) in the pleural cavity that can develop when bacteria invade the ...
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Definition of EMPYEMA: the presence of pus in a bodily cavity — em·py·emic \-mik\ adjective. Origin of EMPYEMA. Late Latin, from Greek empyēma, from empyein to ...
Empyema definition - Medical Dictionary: Definitions of ...
Empyema: Empyema is a condition in which pus and fluid from infected tissue collects in a body cavity. The name comes from the Greek word empyein meaning pus ...
Empyema | University of Maryland Medical Center
Definition. Empyema is a collection of pus in the space between the lung and the inner surface of the chest wall (pleural space).
Empyema: Causes, Types & Symptoms - Healthline
Empyema is a collection of pus (dead cells and infected fluid) inside a body cavity. Usually, this term refers to pus inside your pleural cavity, or “pleural space.”
Thoracic empyema | Radiology Reference Article ...
A pleural-thoracic empyema (or commonly referred simply as an empyema) refers to an infected purulent and often loculated pleural effusion, and is a cause of a large ...
VATS decortication: Empyema | Thoracic Surgery
an in-depth look at video-assisted thoracoscopy for decortication of advanced empyema.
Parapneumonic Pleural Effusions and Empyema Thoracis
Parapneumonic Pleural Effusions and Empyema Thoracis. Pleural effusions are a common finding in patients with pneumonia.

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