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Journal of the American Medical Association
Physician to the Episcopal Hospital; Associate Physician to the Orthopedic Hospital PHILADELPHIA Interlobar empyema, or the occurrence of a collection of purulent fluid in the spaces between the lobes of the lungs, is a rare sequel of pneumonia, and has been given little or no consideration in most text-books. The ordinary form of empyema is more common and more readily recognized. Interlobar empyema may occurdoi:10.1001/jama.1914.02560340029009 fatcat:gf4ukr4akvh5piogjvmxlic5za