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COPD: Enfermedad pulmonar obstructiva crónica - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing

 

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COPD: Enfermedad pulmonar obstructiva crónica - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Este grupo de ilustraciones médicas muestra la enfermedad pulmonar obstructiva crónica (COPD), también conocida como enfermedad obstructiva crónica de las vías respiratorias (COAD). COPD es un término general para la obstrucción de vías respiratorias asociadas con trastornos pulmonares tales como enfisema y bronquitis crónica, ambos mostrados aquí. La bronquitis crónica se caracteriza por una tos productiva crónica, acompañada de una vía respiratoria constreñida e intercambio gaseoso disminuido. El enfisema se caracteriza por un intercambio gaseoso disminuido y la dilatación permanente de los alvéolos, junto con la destrucción de sus paredes y sin fibrosis aparente (alvéolos enfisematosos). Las estructuras etiquetadas incluyen bronquiolo respiratorio, arteria pulmonar, vena pulmonar, alveolo (saco de aire), septo intra-alveolar, bronquiolo terminal, membrana mucosa y red capilar alveolar.

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