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June 28, 1965

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JAMA. 1965;192(13):1173. doi:10.1001/jama.1965.03080260061025

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Abstract

"Air fluid levels seen on chest roentgenograms may be in the pleural cavity, esophagus, stomach, or lung. The pulmonary differential diagnoses include lung abscess, excavating carcinoma, obstructive pneumonia, and, rarely, tuberculosis."

—from Joannides, M., Jr., MD: Chronic Obstructive Emphysema Position, JAMA192:365367 (May 3) 1965, p 365.

"Air-fluid levels seen on chest roentgenograms may be in the pleural cavity, esophagus, stomach, or the lung. The pulmonary causes include lung abscess, excavating carcinoma, obstructive pneumonia and, rarely, tuberculosis."

—from Sanford, H.S., MD, and Green, R.A., MD: Air-fluid levels in Emphysematous Bullae, Dis Chest43:193-199 (Feb) 1963.

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