Conditions treated

Mayo Clinic lung transplant doctors and surgeons are experts in treating lung disease. You may come to Mayo Clinic on your own or with a referral from your doctor. Lung transplant specialists work with a team of doctors and specialists in other areas to determine the most appropriate treatment option for you.

Mayo Clinic provides services for lung disease caused by many conditions, including but not limited to those listed below. Availability of the services may vary among Mayo Clinic locations. Please confirm when you call to request an appointment.

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Dec. 15, 2017
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