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  1. ... pleural effusion (buildup of fluid in the chest cavity in people who have cancer or other serious ... works by irritating the lining of the chest cavity so that the cavity closes and there is ...
  2. Fluoride is used to prevent tooth decay. It is taken up by teeth and helps to strengthen teeth, resist acid, and block the cavity-forming action of bacteria. ...
  3. ... that affects the inside lining of the chest cavity) in people who cannot be treated with surgery. ...
  4. ... the inside lining of the lungs and chest cavity) in adults that cannot be removed by surgery. ...
  5. ... the inside lining of the lungs and chest cavity) in adults that cannot be removed by surgery. ...
  6. ... intramuscularly (into a muscle), intraperitoneally (into the abdominal cavity), or intrapleurally (into the chest cavity). The length of treatment depends on the types ...
  7. ... mixed with liquid and placed in the chest cavity through a chest tube (plastic tube that is placed in the chest cavity through a cut in the skin).
  8. ... may also be injected intraperitoneally (into the abdominal cavity), intrapleurally (into the chest cavity), or intrapericardially (into the lining of the heart). ...
  9. ... may also be injected intraperitoneally (into the abdominal cavity), intrapleurally (into the chest cavity), or intrapericardially (into the lining of the heart). ...
  10. ... it might slightly lower the risk of stroke. Cavities. Taking vitamin B6 may reduce the risk of dental cavities during pregnancy. Depression. Eating more food that contains ...
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