I hope you are fine we share of the following Respiratory System
Hairs in your nose help filter out large particles. Tiny hairs, called cilia, along your air passages move in a sweeping motion to keep the passages clean. But if you breathe in harmful things like cigarette smoke, the cilia can stop working. This can lead to health problems like bronchitis.
Cells in your trachea and bronchial tubes make mucus that keeps air passages moist and helps keep things like dust, bacteria and viruses, and allergy-causing things out of your lungs.
Mucus can bring up things that reach deeper into your lungs. You then cough out or swallow them.
Respiratory System Diseases
Common diseases of the respiratory system include:
Asthma. Your airways narrow and make too much mucus.
Bronchiectasis. Inflammation and infection make your bronchial walls thicker.
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). This long-term condition gets worse over time. It includes bronchitis and emphysema.
Pneumonia. An infection causes inflammation in your alveoli. They might fill up with fluid or pus.
Tuberculosis. A bacterium causes this dangerous infection. It usually affects your lungs but might also involve your kidney, spine, or brain.
Lung cancer. Cells in your lung change and grow into a tumor. This often happens because of smoking or other chemicals you’ve breathed in.
Cystic fibrosis. This disease is caused by a problem in your genes and gets worse over time. It causes lung infections that don’t go away.
Pleural effusion. Too much fluid builds up between the tissues that line your lungs and chest.
Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis. Your lung tissue becomes scarred and can’t work the way it should.
Sarcoidosis. Tiny clumps of inflammatory cells called granulomas form, often in your lungs and lymph nodes..
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