Ventilation-perfusion measures based on functional respiratory imaging (FRI) do correlate with exercise tolerance and PRO’s in COPD

M. Lanclus (Los Angeles, United States of America), I. Kendall (Kontich, Belgium), W. De Backer (Antwerp, Belgium), J. De Backer (Los Angeles, United States of America)

Source: Virtual Congress 2020 – Imaging-based phenotyping in pulmonary disease
Session: Imaging-based phenotyping in pulmonary disease
Session type: E-poster session
Number: 2081
Disease area: Airway diseases

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M. Lanclus (Los Angeles, United States of America), I. Kendall (Kontich, Belgium), W. De Backer (Antwerp, Belgium), J. De Backer (Los Angeles, United States of America). Ventilation-perfusion measures based on functional respiratory imaging (FRI) do correlate with exercise tolerance and PRO’s in COPD. 2081

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