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Home > Health Information > Condition Information > ILD > Types
Reviewed on 1/10By Dr. Brown
Kevin Brown, MD Vice Chairman, Dept. of Medicine
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Interstitial lung disease (ILD) is a broad category of lung diseases that includes more than 130 disorders characterized by scarring (i.e. "fibrosis") and/or inflammation of the lungs. Some of the disorders included under the heading of ILD are:
As a center specializing in the care of patients with lung diseases such as ILD, our healthcare providers have vast experience in treating people with these rare and complex conditions.
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