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Do I Have Emphysema Do not know how to read PFT

Would be thankful for help,   I'm new here.  I am 50 years old and smoked for 35 years.  Had a CT and it show emphysema.  Had a PFT but my Consultant was not very helpful.  Could someone please help me understand my PFT results and do I have emphysema and what stage.  The PFT reads as follows:

Spiromentry.        Pred.      Obs.      %Pred
FEV1.                  3.74.       3.93.      104.9
FVC.                    4.73.       5.28.      111.6
FEV1%F.             79.35.     74.41.     93.8
MFEF.                  3.45.       2.70.       78.3
PEF.                     8.68.       12.14.     139.8

Lung Function
TLC.                     6.82.        7.34.       107.6
VC.                       4.56.        5.33.       116.7
FRCpl.                  3.43.        4.21.        122.7
IC.                         3.28.        3.13.        95.5
ERV.                      1.28.        2.19.        171.0
RV.                         2.15.        2.02.        93.8
RV%TLC.               33.46.      27.47.      82.1
sRaw.                      12.00.      9.79.       81.6

Diffusion
DLCO_SB.               29.86.      22.84.     76.5
DLCOcSB.               29.86.      22.84.      76.5
VA_SB.                     6.67.        7.02.       105.3
KCO_SB.                 4.38.         3.25.       74.3
KCOc_SB.               4.38.         3.25.        74.3
VIN_SB.                   4.56.         5.14.       112.6

Thanking you all in advance.
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