• Allergens:
    An antigenic substance capable of producing immediate-type of hypersensitivity.
  • Alveoli:
    A sac-like end-organ of the bronchioles where oxygen and carbon dioxide are exchanged.
  • Antigens:
    Substances which are capable of inducing a specific immune response.
  • Asthmatic bronchitis:
    Bronchial inflammatory condition suggestive of hyper-responsiveness of the lung tubes, producing a narrowing of the air passage leading to tube spasm and hence the difficulty in respiration.
  • Bronchial:
    Pertaining to the bronchus (plural: bronchi), affecting the bronchi.
  • Bronchial Asthma:
    An obstructive lung condition due to heightened sensitivity of the lung tubes, where, due to the reversible obstruction one experiences difficulty in breathing.
  • Bronchitis:
    An inflammatory condition of the bronchus or bronchi.
  • Bronchodilator:
    It is a medication that acts to enlarge (dilate) the lumen of the airway to allow an unrestricted passage of air. This medication is commonly given to those with asthma who manifest wheezing.
  • Bronchioles:
    One of the millions of small end-branches of the bronchi, which transports oxygen.
  • Bronchus:
    One of the two branches of the trachea, the main air-pipe joining the nose and the lungs.
  • Chronic:
    Persisting over a long period of time.
  • Dyspnoea:
    Difficult respiration
  • GERD:
    Stands for Gastro Esophageal Reflux Disease, a disorder in which there is the recurrent return of stomach contents back up into the food-pipe, frequently causing heartburn.
  • Immunological system:
    It is the body system, made up of many organs and cells, which defends the body against infection, disease, and foreign substances.
  • Sinus:
    A notch, depression or hollow cavity on the surface of an organ. More commonly associated with cavities in the proximity of the nose.
  • Sinusitis:
    An inflammation of a sinus.
  • Trachea:
    The main air-pipe, which bifurcates into two bronchi, each, going to the respective lung.
  • Wheeze:
    It means to breathe hard, and with an audible piping or whistling sound, as found in persons affected with asthma.
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A 35-year-old male patient, Mr. V.S. (PIN: 38215) visited the Borivali clinic of Life Force on 21st October 2018. He was suffering from a dry cough with a difficulty to expectorate and constantly blocked left nostril. Sometimes, his sleep used to get disturbed because of these discomfo.....Read more

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