Pulmonary Adhesion and Scar Tissue

Pulmonary Adhesion

A pulmonary adhesion may indicate damage from an injury or disease. Scar tissue builds up where damage has occurred. Pulmonary adhesion treatment may help to reduce pain and difficulty. Since pulmonary adhesion may become cancerous, treatment is critical. Scar tissue within the lungs may be caused by repeated bouts of bronchitis or pneumonia. Over time, the damage from the diseases may cause the lung lining to separate from the muscle tissue surrounding the chest cavity, a painful condition known as pleurisy.

Pulmonary Adhesion

Scar Tissue

The scarring in the lungs make it difficult for the organs to do their important work. Scar tissue buildup can block the airflow and prevent the normal functioning of the lungs. If you suffer from difficulty breathing or persistent chest pain, it is best to talk to your doctor right away.The best way for your doctor to determine a course of treatment is for him to diagnose the source of the discomfort and difficulty.

Pulmonary Adhesion Treatment

It is best to seek a physician as soon as you begin to notice abnormalities in breathing or chest pain. Many treatments are most effective when the adhesion is less pronounced. The treatment may include taking biopsies of the affected area to determine the cause of the problems. Adhesions can often be removed laparoscopically, allowing you to avoid invasive surgery. Your doctor is your best source of information and advice when it comes to pulmonary adhesion treatment. Call or visit our website to schedule your visit today. Don’t allow your lung health to suffer.

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About the Author

Giovanni B. Ciuffo, MD Director is an expert in Minimally Invasive Heart Surgery and Bloodless Heart Surgery is the outcome of his commitment to the development and improvement of both of these techniques. He runs a Cardiothoracic Surgery practice and manages Minimally Invasive and Bloodless Heart Surgery Program where he cares for patients from all over the country and locally. Click here to learn more about Dr. Ciuffo.

Board Certified:
American Board of Surgery
American Board of Thoracic Surgery