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phantom tumour-collection of pleural fluid between lobes, i.e. within the major and minor fissures. The radiographic appearance depends on the shape and orientation of the fissure, the volume of fluid, its position within the fissure and the radiographic projection. Interlobar fluid is particularly common in heart failure.

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