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Spontaneous hemothorax. Report of 6 cases and review of the literature.

Medicine (Baltimore) 1992 November
We present 6 cases of spontaneous hemothorax and comprehensively review the medical literature on this subject. We categorize the reported causes and offer a rational diagnostic approach to patients with nontraumatic hemothorax. We recommend specific treatments for specific etiologies, and emphasize the importance of well-established surgical principles for the treatment of hemothorax. Our suggestions should enable physicians to accurately diagnose and expeditiously treat patients with spontaneous hemothorax.

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