The symptom of difficulty or labored breathing, a sign of serious disease within the airway, lungs, or heart.
A persistent cough that lasts more than 8 weeks without improvement.
Abbreviation for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease; it is characterized by chronic airflow obstruction within the bronchial airways and lungs, primarily caused by cigarette smoking.
A disease characterizes by reversible airflow obstruction within the bronchial airways, caused by inflammation from underlying genetic and environmental allergic factors.
A serious infection and inflammation of the lung, typically caused by bacteria, virus, or fungus.
Abnormal fluid collection within the linings covering the lungs, a disease that can cause difficulty breathing or chest pain.
A disease caused by accelerated and progressive scarring of the lung tissue, causing difficulty breathing.
Abnormal elevation of blood pressure within the arteries of the lungs, eventually leading to right heart failure and causing difficulty breathing and swelling of the extremities.
Abnormal dilations of the bronchial tubes caused by recurrent bronchial or lung infections, causing chronic cough and difficulty breathing.
Accelerated scarring of the lung tissues caused by significant asbestos exposure.
A common condition caused by repeated stopping of one’s breathing during sleep; it is characterized by symptoms of loud snoring and excessive daytime fatigue.
A condition that causes one’s uncontrollable urge to move one’s lower extremities during sleep, typically affecting one’s sleep continuity, leading to excessive daytime fatigue.
A chronic condition that is characterizes by one’s overwhelming daytime drowsiness and sudden attacks of sleep
A short term or long term disorder of one’s difficulty of initiating sleep and/or maintaining sleep