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In many patients, it is often important to figure out whether the interstitial lung disease (ILD) is fibrotic or inflammatory or mixed and whether there is a potentially reversible (inflammatory) component or whether the ILD is irreversible and perhaps even progressive.
This snippet first revises the various signs of fibrosing and non-fibrosing ILDs and then discusses with examples, if it is possible to differentiate inflammatory from fibrotic ILDs and what the best way to do this is.
The video explains this in detail.
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