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A group of diseases that affects airways and lungs are called respiratory diseases. Respiratory disorders include Bronchial asthma, COPD ( chronic obstructive lung disease), chronic bronchitis, ILD ( interstitial lung disease), infectious diseases like pneumonia, tuberculosis.

Cough, shortness of breath, chest pain and hemoptysis (blood in sputum) are the predominant symptoms. Asthma and COPD patients present with cough, breathlessness and easy fatigability. Tuberculosis presents with fever, weight loss, cough.

Investigations like chest xray, CT scan, sputum testing, bronchoscopy may be required for diagnosis.

Types of Respiratory Disorder


Inflammation of the airways causes asthma. Bronchi, which carry air into and out of the lungs, will be inflamed and more sensitive than normal. In response to something that irritates the lungs, the airways narrow, the muscles contract, and sticky mucus or phlegm is released. This results in difficulty breathing, wheezing, coughing, and tightening of the chest.

COPD ( chronic obstructive lung disease) :

The term COPD refers to a variety of progressive lung diseases. COPD can be caused by chronic bronchitis and emphysema. When you are diagnosed with COPD, you may have symptoms of both of these lung-damaging diseases. As COPD progresses, it becomes harder to breathe.

Chronic bronchitis

Chronic bronchitis irritates the bronchial tubes that transport air from your lungs to your lungs. Swelling of the tubes results in mucus (phlegm or "snot") building up along the lining. When the buildup narrows the tube's opening, it makes it harder to breathe.


As the name implies, emphysema is a breakdown of the tissues that line the tiny air sacs (alveoli) just beneath your lungs. It's like having an upside-down tree in your lungs. Trachea refers to the windpipe or trachea, bronchi refer to the bronchi, and alveoli refer to the air sacs.

Emphysema is the breakdown of the tissue lining the small air sacs (alveoli) just beneath your lungs. It's like having an upside-down tree inside your lungs. As the name implies, the trachea refers to the windpipe, bronchi refer to the bronchi, and alveoli refer to air sacs.