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Chapter 14. Disorders of the Chest Wall, Diaphragm, and Pleural and Mediastinal Spaces

Gregory J. Redding, MD, FCCP
DOI: 10.1378/ppmbr.1st.127
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  • Explain the clinical and pathophysiologic consequences of common disorders of the thoracic cage, pleurae, and mediastinum

  • Describe the most useful and appropriate diagnostic tests for disorders of the thoracic cage, pleurae, and mediastinum

  • Understand the indications and consequences of medical and surgical therapies for disorders of the thoracic cage, pleurae, and mediastinum

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