This book offers an in-depth and up-to-date review of bronchiectasis. Bronchiectasis is a broadly heterogenous disease with a variety of etiologies and disease phenotypes and endotypes. To comprehensively and adequately address bronchiectasis, all these aspects need to be considered, which is not always the case in the current literature. Throughout this book, expert authors discuss the epidemiology, etiology, clinical management and clinical trials to give the reader greater context and tools to care for their patients. Chapters include coverage of environmental and infectious causes of bronchiectasis, radiographic phenotyping, diagnosing, and monitoring of bronchiectatic diseases, and host directed therapy. This is an ideal guide for pulmonologists and trainees caring for patients with bronchiectasis.
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