panlobular emphysema


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pan·lob·u·lar em·phy·se·ma

emphysema affecting all parts of the secondary pulmonary lobule, typically involving the inferior part of the lung and often asociated with a α1-antitrypsin deficiency.

panlobular emphysema

panlobular emphysema

Pulmonology Emphysema that is more common in ♀, of relatively early onset–usually in the 4th decade, often associated with alpha-1-antitrypsin deficiency; bronchitis may develop in late-stage disease. See Chronic bronchitis, Emphysema.

pan·lob·u·lar em·phy·se·ma

(pan-lōb'yū-lăr em'fi-sē'mă)
Emphysema affecting all parts of the lobules, in part, or usually the whole, of the lungs, and usually associated with α1-antiprotease deficiency emphysema.
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Plasma deficiency of AAT is most commonly due to the Z mutation (Glu342 GAG [right arrow] Lys AAG) and is associated with early-onset panlobular emphysema.