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Chapter 13 D&D2

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Infectious mononucleosis is caused by Epstein-Barr virus
Initial symptoms of pneumonia are caused by Anorexia, Malaise, and chills
Two main types of pneumonia are caused by Viruses and bacteria
A complication of influenza-caused pneumonia is Lung abscess
Lung abscesses are normally found in the Right lower lobe
A collection of air or gas in the pleural cavity is Pneumothorax
Symptoms of pleurisy include Sharp, stabbing chest pain
Treatment for acute asthma attacks include Bronchodilators
Elderly adults
Persons who have a positive tuberculin reaction Are given a year of isoniazid prophylactically
Diseases that are classified as pneumoconiosis include Berylliosis
Anthracosis is caused by Inhaling coal dust
Cor pulmonale Cannot be prevented, can be chronic
Radon exposure can result in Lung cancer
The antibiotic of choice for acute tonsillitis is Penicillin
Excessive alkalinity of body fluids caused by excessive Co2 by the lungs Respiratory alkalosis
Sudden infant death syndrome SIDS occurs in normal healthy infants, when the infant is sleeping, and More frequently in male than female infants, and during the winter months.
Cor pulmonale is Hypertrophy and failure of the right ventricle of the heart
Respiratory mycoses affecting the lungs are Histoplasmosis, coccidioidomycosis, and blastomycosis
Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths in both women and men, Causes dyspnea and hemoptysis in early stages, and has a poor prognosis
A pulmonary embolism Generally originates in the pelvic or deep lower-extremity veins
Tonsillitis Is inflammation of the tonsils, especially the palatine tonsils
Common symptoms of croup Hoarseness, fever, and distinctive hard cough
Inflammation of the inner and outer membranes enveloping the lungs Pleurisy
Intrinsic asthma Is most common in adults
Acute or chronic hyperventilation can cause Respiratory alkalosis
Inflammation of the throat Pharyngitis
Inflammation of the respiratory bronchioles, alveolar ducts, alveolar sacs, and alveoli of the lungs Pneumonia
Slowly developing bacterial lung infection characterized by progressive necrosis of lung tissue Pulmonary TB
Inflammation of the paranasal cavities Sinusitis
Pathological process that decreases the ability of the lungs and bronchi to perform their function of ventilation Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease COPD
Form of pneumoconiosis resulting from the inhalation of silica dust Silicosis
Widening and destruction of the large bronchi, usually in lower lung Bronchiectasis
Inflammation of the vocal cords and the laryngeal mucosa Laryngitis
Excess of fluid between parietal and visceral membranes enveloping the lungs Pleural effusion
Respiratory condition marked by recurrent attacks of labored breathing and wheezing Asthma
Collapse or airless condition of all or part of a lung Atelectasis
Legionnaires disease May be a mild and self-limiting disease or produce a pneumonia severe enough to be fatal
Disease/disorder that frequently occurs at night after person has been laying down for a while Pulmonary edema
Sleep apnea can be known as Obstructive, central, and complex
Rhinitis Inflammation of the nasal membranes
Epiglottitis Occurs when the epiglottis covering the windpipe swells, blocking air to the lungs
Hallmark symptom of acute pharyngitis Sore throat
Chronic bronchitis clogs Clogs air passageways with mucus
Another name for infectious mononucleosis Glandular fever
A lung abscess is an area of necrotized lung tissue containing Purulent fluid
Pulmonary emphysema is Permanent enlargement of the air spaces beyond the terminal bronchioles
Thrush is a Yeast infection often found in those receiving chemotherapy
Pulmonary hypertension occurs when the pulmonary arteries and capillaries Become narrowed, making the blood flow through the lungs difficult
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