Question:

What is a thin watery fluid that occurs between the pleural membrane?

Answer:

A transudate is a thin, clear, watery liquid that enters the intrapleural space because excess fluid filters out of the vasculature vasculature /vas*cu*la*ture/ (vasku-lah-chur) 1. circulatory system. 2. any part of the circulatory system. vas*cu*la*ture n. from the subpleural area.


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Transudate
Circulatory system
Anatomy
Biology
Cardiovascular physiology
Pleura
Pleural cavity
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