Revista de Neumología e Investigación Clínica


The Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis and genetics

Effros Manali

The beginning of Pediatric Pulmonology as a free, board perceived subspecialty can be followed to the late nineteenth and mid-20th hundreds of years. During that time, there were mixing interests of trailblazers in the lung physiology in kids, the deviant physiology of the lungs of pre-mature new-born children, and the obsessive conditions of illnesses like Cystic Fibrosis and Tuberculosis. By the mid-20th 100 years, casual and formal relationship of similar doctors in both the US and in Europe was starting to characterize what might ultimately be perceived as Pediatric Pulmonology. In the US, in spite of the huge weight of respiratory illness in pediatric patients, the formalization of Pediatric Pulmonology as a board perceived subspecialty was not a consistently upheld improvement.