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... the results are all in the low end of normal. The area that is off is small airways which can be asthma or some mild form of COPD. ... (3 replies)
... Well, my mom saw her lung doctor again today. She has only lost 4 pounds since June. ... (7 replies)
... While your on line type in pulmonary function test and you should find out what the percentages mean. Ask a question like, what do the results of a pulmonary function test mean? ... (7 replies)

... I guess after I figure that out, then I can decipher these results a little. I can't remember what numbers you said told the lung function, but here is what I see on the results. ... (7 replies)
Lung Function Test
Mar 10, 2003
... I just had a complete lung function test today, and they told me it would take 2 to 3 weeks for the results. Is this normal? ... (4 replies)
... i quit smoking 8 months ago after 23years. 3months ago, i started to have coughing with mucus and wheezing. so i took a spirometry lung function test. ... (0 replies)
... I'm not expert in reading test results and don't know much about emphysema. ... (6 replies)
... here are the results i got today. my doctors appt is not for 2 weeks...thank you so much. ... (0 replies)
... If you have restrictive lung function does that mean you have restrictive lung disease? ... (5 replies)
... Absolutely, get her thyroid checked and have them do the whole thyroid panel not just the TSH which is a screening test as it is not always accurate. Good luck to her. It sounds as if she should keep her calories to about 1400 with her amount of exercise. ... (7 replies)
... over all. But my disease is different. I'm not sure who your telling her to go see in Salt Lake, but I know the folks at the Lung Transplant clinic at the University of Utah Medical Center, and you couldn't ask for more caring folks! They've been very nice and listen, and then educate. ... (7 replies)
... some more. Canyon, you may be right that it was a CT Scan. That sounds more reasonable. I am trying hard to be encouraging to my mom. I suggested she ask her lung doctor about getting a second opinion for surgery from Salt Lake City just to see if they will accept her into their program. ... (7 replies)
... in those areas. I am curious as to the use of an MRI for diagnosis as I have never heard of that for lung disease. Usually it is a CT scan as the MRI shows different things. ... (7 replies)
... I am sorry that I am not really familiar yet with all pulmonary tests but due to my lung issues I also had few lung tests. ... (1 replies)
... Has anyone heard if it is possible for the pulmonary function test to show false results? ... (0 replies)
... Im sorry to hear of your problems ask your Doctor to have you tested for Alfa 1. Its pretty rare but at 35 years old it could be that's about when it starts showing up its just a blood test but most Doctors dont check for it because it is so rare. Alfa 1 will always affect Diffusion levels good luck and keep us informed. (6 replies)
... loric intake and exercise it will help you. Start slowly on the diet and exercise and you'll find that you will feel better. With regards to the emphysema, the lung function test will tell if you have it. There are websites that will tell you how to interpret the results. ... (1 replies)
... and based on the results of that, may choose to do a full lung function test. ... (1 replies)
... I got the CT scan results back, all of the nodules are stable and I was told that they are likely the result of scaring on the lung. ... (5 replies)
... Like many here I am in the middle of an ordeal with lung nodules. The background is I am a 42 year old male, 25 year smoker. I have been exposed to many things including small amount of asbestos dust. ... (5 replies)

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