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tinylilron  no more likely to be bilateral but can be unilateral... if unilateral it is more likely to present on the right side. +1  
jlbae  IIRC pulmonary edema is bilateral but effusion can be either unilateral or bilateral +2  
jda2674  Pleural effusions are commonly seen in patients with congestive heart failure. They are usually bilateral or right sided and are rarely left sided. An important step in the evaluation of any pleural effusion is the classification of the fluid into a transudate or an exudate. +  

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