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Mental disorders associated with respiratory diseases

Respiratory diseases are often accompanied by mental disorders with varying degrees, such as depression, anxiety, tension, fear and so on. The long-term existence of these mental disorders not only reduces the quality of life of patients and further worsens the original physical function, but also is an important risk factor for inducing psychogenic diseases such as bronchial asthma, hyperventilation syndrome and neurological cough.

Symptoms

Respiratory bronchiole related interstitial lung disease

Respiratory bronchiolitis interstitial lung disease

Perforating ulcer of posterior wall

Plant food poisoning containing nitrite

Cold dampness diarrhea

Melanotic plaques - multiple gastrointestinal polyps syndrome

Suppurative sweat gland inflammation

Subdiaphragmatic colonic embedding syndrome

Purulent portal phlebitis

Suppurative esophagitis

Ascaris intestinal obstruction

Pyoderma gangrenosum

ascaris-induced acute pancreatitis

Aflatoxin poisoning

Whipple's disease

Ileocecal valve syndrome

hyperkinetic cecum syndrome

Digestive system damage in acquired immunodeficiency syndrome

Cholera like syndrome

Xanthogranulomatous pyelonephritis

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