Bronchiectasis and Atelectasis

An irreversible widening of the breathing pipes or respiratory airways resulting from damage to the cilia of epidermal is called Bronchiectasis. The severity of bronchiectasis is tested by computed tomography, Chest x-rays and breathing test. People often are given antibiotics and use other measures to suppress and clear the build-up of mucus.  The conditions in which lungs collapse and became airless are called atelectasis. 
 
 

  • Diffuse bronchiectasis
  • Focal bronchiectasis
  • Complications of bronchiectasis
  • Chronic atelectasis
  • Absorption atelectasis
  • Acute exacerbations
  • Diagnosis and Evaluation
  • Treatment of bronchiectasis

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