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Disease & Disorder T

Disease and disorder terms :)

adenoiditis inflammation of the adenoids
atelectasis incomplete expansion (of the lung of a newborn or collapsed lung)
bronchiectasis dilation of the bronchi
bronchitis Inflammation of the bronchi
bronchogenic carcinoma cancerous tumor originating in a bronchus
bronchopneumonia diseased state of the bronchi and lungs usually caused by infection
diaphragmatocele hernia of the diaphragm
epiglottitis inflammation of the epiglottis
hemothorax blood in the chelst (pleural space)
laryngitis inflammation of the larynx
laryngotracheobronchitis inflammation of the larynx,trachea, and bronchi (the acute form is called croup)
lobar pneumonia pertaining to the lobs ; diseased state of the lung (infection of one or more lobes of the lung)
nasopharyngitis inflammation of the nose and pharynx
pansinusitis inflammation of the nose and pharynx
pansinusitis inflammation of all snuses
pharyngitis inflammation of the pharynx
pleuritis inflammation of the pleura (AKA pleurisy)
pneumatocele hernia of the lung (lung tissue protrudes thru an opening in the chest)
pneumoconiosis abnormal condition of dust in the lungs
pneumonia diseased state of the lung (the infection and inflammation are caused by bacteria such as pneumnococcus, staphylococcus, strep, haemophilus; viruses; and fungi
pneumonitis inflammation of the lung
pneumothorax air in the chest (pleural space, whcih causes collapse of lung
pulmonary neoplasm pertaining to the lung, new growth(tumor)
pyothorax pus in the chest (pleural space) AKA empyema
rhinitis inflammation of the (mucus membranes) nose
rhinomycosis abnormal condition of fungus in the nose
rhinorrhagia rapid flow of blood from the nose Epistaxis
throacalgia pain in the chest
tonsillitis inflammation of the tonsils
tracheitis inflammation of the trachea
tracheostenosis narrowing of the trachea
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