DECT-derived PBV heterogeneity in a general population sample: The MESA Lung Study

A. Motahari (Iowa City, United States of America), E. Hermann (New York City, United States of America), G. Hiura (New York City, United States of America), N. Allen (Chicago, United States of America), A. Bertoni (Winston-Salem, United States of America), D. Bluemke (Madison, United States of America), A. Eskandari (Iowa City, United States of America), E. Michos (Baltimore, United States of America), P. Nagpal (Iowa City, United States of America), J. Pankow (Minneapolis, United States of America), K. Stukovsky (Seattle, United States of America), K. Watson (Los Angeles, United States of America), R. Barr (New York City, United States of America), E. Hoffman (Iowa City, United States of America)

Source: Virtual Congress 2020 – Airflow obstruction, COPD and comorbidities
Session: Airflow obstruction, COPD and comorbidities
Session type: Oral Presentation
Number: 4187

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A. Motahari (Iowa City, United States of America), E. Hermann (New York City, United States of America), G. Hiura (New York City, United States of America), N. Allen (Chicago, United States of America), A. Bertoni (Winston-Salem, United States of America), D. Bluemke (Madison, United States of America), A. Eskandari (Iowa City, United States of America), E. Michos (Baltimore, United States of America), P. Nagpal (Iowa City, United States of America), J. Pankow (Minneapolis, United States of America), K. Stukovsky (Seattle, United States of America), K. Watson (Los Angeles, United States of America), R. Barr (New York City, United States of America), E. Hoffman (Iowa City, United States of America). DECT-derived PBV heterogeneity in a general population sample: The MESA Lung Study. 4187

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