Pulmonary alveolar proteinosis PAP is a rare, diffuse infiltrative lung disease of unknown etiology characterized by accumulation of abnormal lung surfactant in the alveoli and distal airways. Although it was first described in , few large scale studies have been published. The diagnosis is conventionally based on lung biopsy and the value of less invasive procedures such as bronchoalveolar lavage BAL remains controversial. A multi-center retrospective study was conducted in an attempt to update epidemiological, clinical and long term outcome and to assess the usefulness of chest CT scan and BAL in the management of a large homogeneous series of 41 patients.
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Pulmonary alveolar phospholipoproteinosis is a rare lung disease of unknown cause characterized by surfactant plugging of the alveoli. At the present time, surgical lung biopsy, long considered as the gold standard, is not necessary for positive diagnosis of pulmonary alveolar phospholipoproteinosis when computed tomography anomalies and analysis of bronchial lavage fluids present a typical pattern. Treatment requires abundant lavage, but the demonstration of anti-GM-CSF antibodies in primary forms opens new therapeutic perspectives. Journal page Archives Contents list. Article Article Outline. Access to the text HTML.