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Signs and Symptoms Affecting a Patient 3 or More Years After a Lung Transplant

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The goal of a lung transplant is to preserve the patient's life and to improve the quality of life if possible. Rodrigue et al listed signs and symptoms seen in lung transplant recipients 3 to 5 years after a lung transplant. The authors are from the Univeristy of Florida.

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