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Pulmonary and Respiratory Services at UPMC

People with breathing problems, allergies, and other lung conditions have access to world-class care at UPMC in Pittsburgh, Pa.

At the UPMC Comprehensive Lung Center, we use the most advanced techniques for diagnosing, managing, and treating all adult disorders of the pulmonary and respiratory systems.

Specialized Pulmonary and Respiratory Care

In addition to diagnostic imaging and comprehensive treatments for lung diseases, our specialty centers for managing and treating specific respiratory disorders include:

Lung-screening program

The Comprehensive Lung Center also offers a lung-screening program for smokers.

This special screening for eligible participants can detect tumors early and reduce lung cancer mortality by up to 20 percent.

Pulmonary and Respiratory Conditions We Treat

The Lung Center's pulmonary and respiratory experts diagnose and treat a broad range of common and rare lung conditions, such as:

See the full list of pulmonary and respiratory conditions we treat at the Comprehensive Lung Center.

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