dry pleurisy - is an inflammatory lesion of the pleura (the lung membranes) with the formation of fibrinous deposits on its surface.
When dry (fibrinous) pleurisy appear formation of connective tissue, resulting in fibrotic overlay (moored) are formed on the surface of the pleura.
disease Depending on the causes of pleurisy are divided into two groups: infectious and noninfectious (aseptic).
In most cases, dry pleurisy is a symptom or complication of various diseases.Causes of pleurisy can be infectious diseases (tuberculosis, parasitosis, etc.), Tumors, pulmonary embolism, rheumatism, digestive tract diseases (pancreatitis, liver abscess, etc.).
Symptoms of dry pleurisy can supplement the clinical manifestations of the underlying disease, such as pneumonia, or come to the forefront.
Patients complain of stabbing chest pain, which are enhanced by breathing, coughing
Compression of the chest physician hands reduces pain at the height of inspiration due to the fixation of the thorax, reducing the amplitude of respiratory movements.
patient marked malaise, weakness.The temperature rise during dry pleurisy small and depends on the activity of the inflammatory process.Breathing patient rapid and superficial, are lagging behind when breathing a part of the chest.
The main feature is the dry pleurisy pleural friction resembling snow creaking under the feet or hair friction.When listening to the noise can be heard both in inspiration and during expiration.Pleural friction is often felt with his hand.
during the dry pleurisy is determined by the underlying disease.In many patients, pleurisy symptoms disappear within two to three weeks.
during the dry pleurisy of tuberculous etiology is longer.In some cases there is a transition in dry pleurisy effusion.
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