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Pleural effusions and yellow nails of late onset
  1. H. D. Eastwood,
  2. T. J. Williams


    Recurrent pleural effusions have recently been described associated with a generalized deficiency of lymphatic drainage. A case is reported which is of interest as, though evidence of such a deficiency had been present as lymphoedema of the legs since childhood, further manifestations of this in the form of discoloured nails and recurrent pleural effusions developed in the eight and ninth decades.

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