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Commentary - Research and Reports in Pulmonology (2021) Volume 1, Issue 4

Presence of pleural vs pericardial effusion in patients with pulmonary hypertension

 Presence of pleural vs pericardial effusion in patients with pulmonary hypertension.

Rennie Medina

Universidad de San Pedro Sula, Honduras, Brazil

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Abstract

Pericardial emission is the development of additional liquid in the space around the heart. On the off chance that an excessive amount of liquid develops, it can come down on the heart. This can keep it from siphoning ordinarily. A sinewy sac called the pericardium encompasses the heart. This sac comprises of two meager layers. Pericardial emanation (per-e-KAHR-dee-ul uhFU-zhun) is the development of abundance liquid in the saclike construction around the heart (pericardium).

Introduction
Pericardial emission is the development of additional liquid in the space around the heart. On the off chance that an excessive amount of liquid develops, it can come down on the heart. This can keep it from siphoning ordinarily. A sinewy sac called the pericardium encompasses the heart. This sac comprises of two meager layers. Pericardial emanation (per-e-KAHR-dee-ul uhFU-zhun) is the development of abundance liquid in the saclike construction around the heart (pericardium).

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