Is pleurodiaphragmatic adhesion cruel?

Is CA-125 (2900 U /ml.) cure competent?



Answers:    NO, it is not fatal. It is usually a term used by the radiologist who "reads" a chest X-ray. It manner that the outside lining of the base (bottom) of your lungs (pleura) is attached to your diaphragm by mark tissue. It happens after an old bad health, maybe pneumonia, in which you possible had "fluid on the lungs." When the fluid disappeared some fibrous or scar tissue attached the lung to the underlying diaphragm muscle. Your lungs can still suitably expand so you can breathe pretty normally.

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