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- ‘No malignant cells were detected in the ascitic fluid.’
- ‘Treatment of hepatic hydrothorax is usual ascitic care, including salt restriction and diuretics.’
- ‘On the third day, cultures of the blood and ascitic fluid were negative.’
- ‘Tubercular ascitic fluid is of high attenuation value due to its high protein content.’
- ‘Numerous clusters of tumor cells were seen in the ascitic fluid.’
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