vital capacity, decreased DLCO, usually no obstructive component Multifocal, bilateral alveolar infiltrates ESR, high-resolution CT, lung biopsy Congestive heart failure
Decreases in vital capacity are a reflection of this type of atelectasis in pilots. Acceleration atelectasis can cause symptoms like chest pain, coughing, and dyspnea.
capacity) whereas restrictive lung diseases are defined as a decreased TLC (total lung capacity). don't worry i am getting to the answer. a differential diagnosis of obstructive