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Front Cardiovasc Med


Case report: Severe dry cough associated with superior vena cava syndrome-Caused recurrent chylothorax.


Symptomatic pleural effusion is occasionally caused by superior vena cava syndrome. Dyspnea and pleuritic chest pain are common symptoms of pleural effusion. However, the current literature has not reported a causal linkage between chylous pleural effusion and dry cough.