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Overgrowth Of Connective Tissue In The Lungs - LINDA ALLEN

Apr 14th 2014 at 6:31 AM

REVIEW PROGRAM OF YEAST INFECTION NO MORE - BY LINDA ALLEN:

What happens in the broncho-pulmonary system - Fungi genus Candida, breeding on the mucous membrane of the alveoli (sacs at the ends of the small airways, which make up the tissue of the lungs) causes them to small areas of necrosis (necrosis) of tissue.

These areas of necrosis surrounded protein exudate from the blood vessels surrounding the alveolus (fibrin). These foci may exist for a long time; sometimes they lead to the destruction of small blood vessels, which manifests the appearance of blood in the sputum expectorated.

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In some cases, severe disease such as foci arises in the bronchi. As a result of this process in the lung tissue forming small abscesses, pus-filled, the outcome of which is scarring and overgrowth of connective tissue in the lungs (pulmonary fibrosis).

Symptoms - Pulmonary candidiasis starts since joining the main disease of painful dry unproductive (no phlegm) cough, after the attacks that sometimes stands out a little phlegm appears as a pronounced weakness, malaise, chills, sweating, especially at night.

Process develops gradually, can rise high temperature, which then drops to normal, and then rises again. Sputum gradually becomes much, she gets purulent (sign mixed fungal and bacterial infections), and it appears blood.

Doctor can listen to a variety of pulmonary rales from dry whistling to large and small wet. The disease usually is prolonged, sluggish, with a constant low grade (rising to low numbers) exhausting patient temperature periodic improvement and deterioration. Often the process begins and ends in the form of bronchitis and resolves on its own even without treatment, but after a while back again.

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