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What is Centriacinar Emphysema?

What is Centriacinar Emphysema?

  • Centriacinar Emphysema: The abnormal permanent enlargement of air spaces distal to the terminal bronchioles, accompanied by the destruction of the walls and without obvious fibrosis. It begins in the respiratory bronchioles and spreads peripherally.

Centriacinar Emphysema: Introduction

Types of Centriacinar Emphysema:

Broader types of Centriacinar Emphysema:

How serious is Centriacinar Emphysema?

Complications of Centriacinar Emphysema: see complications of Centriacinar Emphysema

What causes Centriacinar Emphysema?

Causes of Centriacinar Emphysema: see causes of Centriacinar Emphysema

What are the symptoms of Centriacinar Emphysema?

Symptoms of Centriacinar Emphysema: see symptoms of Centriacinar Emphysema

Complications of Centriacinar Emphysema: see complications of Centriacinar Emphysema

Onset of Centriacinar Emphysema: Mostly found in the elderly

Centriacinar Emphysema: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Centriacinar Emphysema.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Centriacinar Emphysema.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Centriacinar Emphysema: Pulmonologist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Centriacinar Emphysema.
Treatments for Centriacinar Emphysema: see treatments for Centriacinar Emphysema

Name and Aliases of Centriacinar Emphysema

Main name of condition: Centriacinar Emphysema

Other names or spellings for Centriacinar Emphysema:

Centrilobular Emphysema

 

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