Thanksgiving is a unique holiday for Pulmonary Associates of Brandon, so we would like to share 5 special things we are particularly thankful for this Thanksgiving:
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If your chest scan came back a little abnormal, your pulmonologist will probably want you to return for another appointment. While the news may be a little worrying, going back for a follow-up appointment after receiving an abnormal chest scan is also the right moment to ask any questions you have about your symptoms and your concerns. By arming yourself with the best possible arsenal to obtain information, you will be better equipped to handle any diagnosis.
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Although it’s not crucial to understand every detail of each procedure, it's important to know the differences between a chest X-ray and a chest CT scan before you elect to undergo one.
If you’ve never been to see a pulmonologist before, it would be wise to prepare yourself for the initial appointment with a list of these questions to ask your doctor.
There are many types of lung diseases, but some of the most dangerous are lung infections. Let’s look at some common lung infections and symptoms of pulmonary issues.
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, is caused by inhaling pollutants, second-hand smoke, and genetics. Here are 6 things you didn’t know about COPD.
The most common cause of COPD is smoking. Does it mean that the non-smokers are safe from COPD?
Taking care of your lungs is easy and simple; there are a number of ways to improve your lung functioning in your everyday life.
An abnormal chest x-ray could show an enlarged heart, fluid in the lungs, air pockets, pneumonia, among other things. Let's take a closer look at what an abnormal chest x-ray might mean.
The lungs should be considered “the environmental organ.” They are unique in their size and formation, and interface with all the materials you inhale.