Cirrhosis of the liver, an exceptional cause of chylothorax: Two cases

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Chylothorax, a condition featuring an infrequent form of pleural effusion, is generally caused by tumours or traumatism. Only about 1% of chylothorax cases are caused by cirrhosis of the liver. Two such cases are described in these case reports.

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Valdés, L., Alvarez, D., Pose, A., & Valle, J. M. (1996). Cirrhosis of the liver, an exceptional cause of chylothorax: Two cases. Respiratory Medicine, 90(1), 61–62. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0954-6111(96)90247-4

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