Mesoscutum, mesoscutellum, and metanotum with fine, contiguous punctures or aveoli
Inflammation of the aveoli
, which may arise from raising poultry and engaging in farm labour is also now covered, in addition to diseases arising from exposure to zinc, copper, tin, organic solvents, and pharmaceutical products, in addition to the inhalation of carbon dioxides and metal resources.
This damage makes the aveoli
less elastic and, therefore, less effective at passing oxygen into the blood and removing carbon dioxide from the blood, leading to shortness of breath.
He said this opens aveoli
(air sacs) in our lungs to allow more efficient oxygen uptake for each breath.
Doctors have long been concerned about fine particulates because they get drawn into the aveoli
, the lung's smallest air sacks, where they remain, causing potential damage over long periods of time.
These are flat-type and hemorrhagic-type smallpox, both of which cause pulmonary edema believed to be associated with diffuse damage to the aveoli
, the lungs' smallest airways.
Mucus cilia in the airways trap inhaled particles of foreign matter before they reach the lung's gas-exchange aveoli
. Mucociliary fluids contain immune system cells that kill trapped microorganisms.