Bullous lung disease, or bullous emphysema, is a condition in which air pockets, or bullae, form in areas of the lung where there is severe tissue damage due to the emphysema, explains University of Rochester Medical Cen... More »

Bullous lung disease makes it hard for a patient to breathe and causes pressure in the chest, soreness general fatigue, a general bloated feeling and other symptoms. Also known as bullous emphysema, the disease is charac... More »

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A lung bullae can be caused by loss or damage of tissue in the lung; conditions such as emphysema or cancer could cause such internal tissue damage, according to Boston Medical Center. A bullae is an air-filled sac that ... More »

Bibasilar airspace disease, also known as alveolar lung disease, is a condition of the lungs in which the air spaces are swollen and contain fluid. The main causes are infection and aspiration. Less common causes include... More »

Factors that contribute to the early signs of lung disease include smoking, radon, air pollution and asbestos, according to the Office on Women's Health. Smoke from cigars, cigarettes and pipes is the leading cause of lu... More »

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Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or COPD, is a lung disease that is often a combination of chronic bronchitis and emphysema, states WebMD. People suffering from COPD have difficulty breathing and a chronic cough ac... More »

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Mild restrictive lung disease is a moderate inability to expand the lungs fully, states WebMD. Generally, weak muscles, damaged nerves, a weakened chest and conditions that cause reduced elasticity in the lungs lead to r... More »