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Things empyema often describes (“empyema ________”)
formation, definition

How empyema often is described (“________ empyema”)
subdural, chronic, tuberculous, pleural, acute, thoracic, postoperative, loculated, pneumococcal, antral, sided, bacterial, streptococcal, putrid, staphylococcal, interlobar, frontal, simple, postpneumonic, frank, spinal, nontuberculous, pneumococcus, mixed, bilateral, encysted, latent, double, secondary, true, purulent, amebic, parapneumonic, pyogenic, anaerobic, circumscribed, epidural, ordinary, spontaneous, tubercular, posttraumatic, massive, traumatic, guttural, pneumonectomy, left, subsequent, persistent, pneumonic, pediatric, standing, extensive, untreated, gallbladder, interhemispheric, sinus, pure, closed, sacculated, metapneumonic, ethmoidal, resultant, subphrenic, amoebic, intracranial, multiloculated, uncomplicated, fatal, maxillary, fistulous, undrained, basal, recurrent, ruptured, pericardial, pneumococcic, actinomycotic, foetid, unilateral, coccidioidal, streptococcic, sterile, fungal, operative, extradural, pulmonary, postpneumonectomy

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