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Pneumonic fibrosis, or pulmonary fibrosis, is an inflammation of the lung that arises because the lung tissue is weakened and scarred. This thickened, solid tissue makes the proper functioning of your lungs increasingly difficult. Analysts currently accept that, in addition to hereditary qualities and resistant framework action, a mix of presentation to lung aggravation likes certain synthetic substances, smoking, and diseases, assumes key jobs in pneumonic fibrosis. The disorder was once thought to have been brought on by aggravation. Researchers currently accept that there is an irregular process of recovery in the lungs which prompts scarring. Inevitably, the arrangement of remarkable lung scarring becomes pneumonic fibrosis. Pneumonic fibrosis is the major side-effect for lung problems.    

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