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MCV/Q, Medical College of Virginia Quarterly
The most important pathophysiologic aspects of chronic and acute obstructive pulmonary disease involve disturbances in ventilation with resulting derangement of gas exchange in the lung. There is considerable variability in the type of abnormality, the time of its appearance in relationship to the history of the disease, and in the progression of the abnormality in blood gases.
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