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5 comparative diagnosis

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  • 1. NATIONAL UNIVERSITYPEDRO RUIZ GALLOFACULTY OF MEDICINE HUMANITY
  • 2. Medical EnglishDr. Rosa Gonzales Calderón Baldera Karen Eliana Díaz Mino Marlon Werner Fernández Ferreyra Ana María Sofía Niño Effio Brenda Stefanny Popuche Cabrera Pedro Luis Rázuri Farro Juan Alessandro
  • 3. PRESENTS
  • 4. NormalbronchusInflamedbronchus
  • 5. Bronchiolitis is a common illness Caused by an infection that affects the tiny of the respiratory tract airways calledAs these airways become inflamed making breathing difficult. Bronchioles Are mostwidespread in the winter and early spring.
  • 6. Most often affects infants and young children BronchiolitisIt occurs frequently in infants and children Typically occursliving in overcrowded during the first 2 conditions years of life
  • 7. Some infants are at risk for a more severe disease that requires hospitalization. Kids who have had bronchiolitis may be more likely to develop asthma later in life Cases of bronchiolitis typically last about 12 days
  • 8. Both can be caused by viral or bacterialinfections Cough with mucus. Respiratory distressPresence of breath sounds similar towhistles (wheezing).
  • 9. x Affects children under 3 yearsRonchus wheezeIt Produces Fever Does not produce feverThe disease is moreprolonged x x The disease causes pain in the chest
  • 10. The ways to differentiate the diseasesSputum Culture X Rays
  • 11. The main differential diagnosisBronchiolitis X-Ray Bronchitis X-Ray
  • 12. Bronchitis X-Ray Evidence highlights the larger caliber respiratory tract (bronchi)
  • 13. Bronchiolitis X-Ray Evidence highlights the smaller caliber respiratory tract (bronchioles)
  • 14. Thank you!