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35 - The Curious Laterality of Catamenial Pneumothorax

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This week, The Curious Clinicians investigate the curious laterality of catamenial pneumothoraces. Why do they almost always arise on the right side of the chest?

Check out the episode's show notes here.

Don't forget to claim your CME/MOC credits, courtesy of VCU Health!

Audio editing by Clair Morgan of Nodderly.com

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