Emphysema, Congenital Lobar
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Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency
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10 FAQs About Living With COPD
WebMD provides answers to 10 common questions about COPD.
COPD Symptom Tracker
WebMD’s COPD tracker provides your doctor with important information about your health and allows you to participate in your COPD treatment.
COPD and Heart Failure
WebMD explains the similarities and differences between COPD and heart failure and how the two conditions are treated together.
COPD: Handling a Flare-Up - Topic Overview
If you have COPD,your usual shortness of breath could suddenly get worse. You may start coughing more and have more mucus. This flare-up is called a COPD exacerbation or a COPD attack. A lung infection or air pollution could set off an attack. Or it may happen after a quick change in temperature or being around chemicals. You may not always know the cause. What are the warning signs? When ...
AAT Deficiency Starts in the Liver
If you have AAT deficiency, you may worry about liver disease. AAT deficiency can cause liver disease, most often in infants and small children.
AAT Deficiency: Should You Be Tested?
AAT deficiency is inherited and can lead to lung disease, especially if you smoke. If you there's a chance you have AAT deficiency, you may want to be tested.
What Causes COPD?
Smoking, dirty air in the workplace, and asthma can lead to COPD. Learn what causes this lung problem and how to protect your lungs.
Anticholinergics for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
Drug details for Anticholinergics for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).