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What fills the space when the bottom lobe is removed of a lung

hi Lillian.
What fills the space when a lung is removed? An entire lobe is removed. The rest of the lung inflates to fill up the space. Pneumonectomy: ... The sac that contained the lung (pleural space) fills with fluid.

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If it is dropping out of gear and back in at stops, this could just be low fluid. If the fluid is good, look at cleaning the inside of the throttle body, to include the back of the throttle valve. Build up clings here and air restriction can cause the IAC motor to do funny things.

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