X-ray of lungs with chronic bronchitis

X-ray of lungs with chronic bronchitis

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Caption: Chronic bronchitis. X-ray of the lungs of a person with chronic bronchitis. The lungs occupy the dark spaces either side of the spinal column (running vertically down centre), and are surrounded by the ribs (horizontal bands). The heart is seen as a grey area at centre, projecting past the spine to its right. Bronchitis shows up as the faint streaky areas on either side of the spine, caused by inflammation of the lining of the bronchi, the air tubes in the lungs. The diaphragm (grey) is seen at lower centre. Chronic bronchitis is a common condition in which sputum, a yellow-green fluid, is coughed up regularly over several years.

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Keywords: bronchitis, chest x-ray, chronic, chronic bronchitis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder, condition, copd, disease, disorder, healthcare, lung, medical, medicine, rib, x-ray, xray

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