Trichomonas in pleural effusion

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Abstract

Numerous living trichomonads were seen in a parapneumonic pleural effusion, in a patient who was at risk of aspiration pneumonia because of acute alcoholism. Of all the drugs administered, metronidazole had the most favourable therapeutic effect. However, decortication was necessary for the successful outcome.

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Radosavljevic-Asic, G., Jovanovic, D., Radovanovic, D., & Tucakovic, M. (1994). Trichomonas in pleural effusion. European Respiratory Journal, 7(10), 1906–1908. https://doi.org/10.1183/09031936.94.07101906

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