What Does a Spot on My X-Ray Mean? - Blog Post

What Does a Spot on My X-Ray Mean?

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One of the scariest things you can hear is that your doctor has found a spot on your lung x-ray. While having a spot on your lungs is not the normal state of things, this doesn’t necessarily mean you have lung cancer or another fatal disease. While having something fatal is a possibility, the chances […]

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When Should I Consult a Pulmonologist? - Blog Post

When Should I Consult a Pulmonologist?

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If you’re experiencing shortness of breath, a chronic cough, unexplained weight loss, or consistently have trouble sleeping, you may have a pulmonary condition requiring a specialist called a pulmonologist. What Do Pulmonologists Treat? Pulmonologists treat medical conditions such as bronchitis, COPD, and sleep apnea. They also do testing to find the causes of symptoms involving […]

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Why Do I Have Trouble Breathing? - Blog Post

Why Do I Have Trouble Breathing?

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Feeling short of breath after jogging up a couple of flights of stairs can be perfectly normal. Yet, many times shortness of breath comes on suddenly with a variety of other symptoms that could signal you have a serious underlying condition that requires prompt medical care. Causes of Shortness of Breath Also called dyspnea, shortness […]

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Treatment for Dyspnea - Blog Post

Treatment for Dyspnea

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Shortness of breath might occur from time to time due to a cold, extreme temperatures, high altitude or a vigorous workout. Shortness of breath (dyspnea) outside of these examples can be a sign of a health problem that needs treatment. If you have unexplained shortness of breath, especially if it comes on suddenly and is […]

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What Is a Bronchoscopy? - Blog Post

What Is a Bronchoscopy?

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A bronchoscopy is a procedure that looks at the inside your lung airways through a bronchoscope tube, via a tiny camera. The tube travels through your nose or mouth, down your throat, into your windpipe, and ends at the bronchi and bronchioles of your lungs. Why Would You Need a Bronchoscopy? A bronchoscopy helps find […]

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When Should I Get a Lung Cancer Screening? - Blog Post

When Should I Get a Lung Cancer Screening?

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Lung cancer is a form of cancer particularly associated with smoking and with exposure to certain airborne pollutants. About 13% of all cancer diagnoses in the United States are for lung cancer. Similar to many forms of cancer – it becomes more likely with age. A lung cancer screening is a diagnostic process is specifically […]

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How to Prepare for a Preoperative Pulmonary Evaluation - Blog Post

How to Prepare for a Preoperative Pulmonary Evaluation

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Before you can undergo certain types of surgery, you may need to have a preoperative pulmonary evaluation done by a lung doctor (pulmonologist). An in-depth evaluation is an important step to identifying and enhancing conditions that increase a successful outcome from your surgery. It’s especially essential if you have a complex medical history regarding lung […]

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What to Expect After Undergoing Nitric Oxide Monitoring - Blog Post

What to Expect After Undergoing Nitric Oxide Monitoring

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Nitric oxide (NO) amounts in the breath can help determine the source and degree of your breathing issues. By conducting a Nitric Oxide Monitoring test – also known as FeNO – your doctor can quickly identify whether inflammation is present and if asthma might be the underlying source of your symptoms, by measuring the amounts […]

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Top Reasons to See a Pulmonary Doctor - Blog Post

Top Reasons to See a Pulmonary Doctor

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What is a Pulmonary Doctor? A pulmonary doctor is a specialist who focuses on treating health issues affecting the lungs. Pulmonary doctors are internal medicine specialists who have augmented their medical training with further work specific to pulmonology. Due to the additional time and effort involved in this qualification, they tend to be highly experienced. […]

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What is Pleurocentesis? - Blog Post

What is Pleurocentesis?

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The space between your lungs and the wall of your chest normally contains fluid, but certain conditions can cause this fluid to build up. As a result, you’ll have difficulty breathing, which can also be painful. Your doctor may recommend a procedure called pleurocentesis to help relieve your symptoms or to gather more information. In […]

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