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Oct 31 2019, 7:44 am

In the lecture, you mentioned that, Lung cells make A1AT, and when there is increase inflammation, damage and irritation to Lung cells will stop making A1AT, so there will be an imbalance of proteases and anti proteases. As I recall, A1AT is made in the liver. So I am a little confused. Do Lung cells make A1AT as well? Can you please clarify? Thank you. Love your videos. 



Nov 18 2018, 5:36 pm

Thank you a lot for your vidéo, why we will havé dyspnea expiratory, i understand that bécause we try to push air out, and bécause of collapse we can t , but why it happens on this part ? Why we can have coma bécause CO2 increase ?

This video presents following topic Definition of Emphysema COPD vs Asthma Ch. Bronchitis vs Emphysema Emphysema: Types Pathogenesis Clinica/Dx Pure Emphysema COPD

In this video we will learn about :

1. Definition of  emphysema. 

2. Difference between emphysema and chronic bronchitis. 

3. Types of emphysema. 

4. Pathophysiology.

5.Clinical symptoms and diagnosis. 

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