Mechanism of development of pneumonia Pathways of penetration of pathogens into the lung parenchyma: Bronchogenic; Lymphogenous; Hematogenous. The bronchogenic pathway is considered the most common. Microorganisms get into bronchioles with inhaled air, especially if there is any inflammatory nasal lesion: the swollen mucosa with the ciliated epithelium due to inflammation can not hold germs, and… Continue reading Pneumonia: symptoms, signs, treatment of pneumonia of the lungs
Bronchitis is a fairly common reason for seeking medical help, both among children and adults. This disease can act as a complication of some other ailment (ARVI, cold) or be an independent disease. Bronchitis is characterized by the involvement of bronchi in the inflammatory process. There are two forms of the disease, which are very… Continue reading Bronchitis: Symptoms and Treatment
Sinusitis is an acute or chronic infectious and inflammatory disease of the accessory nasal cavity of the allergic, viral, bacterial or fungal nature of the onset. The inflammatory process can affect the epithelium of the mucosa of one, two or more of any paranasal sinuses from one or both sides of the nose.