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Pleural Rub?
Oct 21, 2004
... I have a question. I have a strange sound coming from my lungs...I think. When I turn my upper body from side to side I wheeze or it sounds like something is rubbing against something. ... (2 replies)
... definitely getting it checked out later. Since this pain is not continuous but sporadic does the doctor mostly hear the "pleural rub" sound while it's hurting or they should be able to hear that sound anytime, even when it hasn't been hurting that day? ... (16 replies)
... ray and a CT scan of my chest. Everything came back normal so the pulmonary specialist said it is a pleural friction rub and was caused by a virus. He said it should eventually go away. Well, here it is 6 months later and I still have it. The specialist is stumped. ... (13 replies)

... week after surgery , I started to feel a weird sound with mild pain with every breath I took ... ... (0 replies)
... ough. Pleurisy can usually be easily diagnosed because while listening to your chest, the doctor will hear something called the "pleural rub", which is a grating sound that the pleura make when they rub together. ... (16 replies)
... About a year ago my dr. heard a sound in my back when I would take deep breaths. ... (22 replies)
... it's much easier to hear any kind of breath sound in those who are thinner as there's less ... insulation ... so to speak. ... (13 replies)
... doesn't sound like an infection or a total inflammation, though, so you're better off than some. ... (13 replies)
... they'll listen harder to make sure the sound isn't something else, and probably just leave it alone. ... (22 replies)
... d' and be done with it. I couldn't handle the not knowing so that's when he sent me on to the specialist and he's the one that took one listen and said, 'it's a pleural friction rub. ... (22 replies)
... The rub might not cause pain because it isn't rubbing on a part of your pleura that's hideously packed with pain receptors. ... (22 replies)
... with pleurisy, and will only show pleural effusion. My Dr. ... (8 replies)

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