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    Is this correct? The lung activity depends on person to person. If a person had healthy lungs and if vasodilation occurred in the lungs then would the organ activity increase if the person had a disease to compensate? And would the organ activity stay the same if the person was in great health to achieve homeostasis?
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    Your question doesn't really make sense, both grammatically and otherwise. What lung diseases? What do you even mean by organ activity - both lung function and heart function would seem relevant here.

    A quick google tells me that nitric oxide can be used in pulmonary hypertension though, yes.
 
 
 
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