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HI, folks.
does the above mean "slight pericardial effusion'"
That is my best guess.
Thanks!!
Nancy

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Pues, a mi me parece que sí

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Thanks, Eddie!!!

Eddy said:

Pues, a mi me parece que sí

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Nancy said:

Thanks, Eddie!!!

Eddy said:

Pues, a mi me parece que sí

Like you, I am just assuming because of the meaning of the words. There may will be others who disagree so just wait for more answers.

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OK, will do. Thanks again.

Eddy said:

Nancy said:

Thanks, Eddie!!!

Eddy said:

Pues, a mi me parece que sí

Like you, I am just assuming because of the meaning of the words. There may will be others who disagree so just wait for more answers.

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Technically speaking, there is a distinction, but it is commonly translated like that. There is also the word "efusión" in Spanish.

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Thanks, IZZY. Iazarus.

lazarus1907 said:

Technically speaking, there is a distinction, but it is commonly translated like that. There is also the word "efusión" in Spanish.

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