Bronchus refers to a medical disorder in which the passage of the air inhaled and exhaled deviates from its normal passage. So the passage of the air travelling to and fro from the lungs tend to divert away from the central windpipe. The air ultimately needs to travel to the bronchus but before that it has to pass through the nose or mouth, larynx and the trachea. If there is even a slightest deviation, then the air would not be able to reach the lungs in an appropriate manner, thereby causing further respiratory issues. The main problem associated to bronchus is that during the disorder, it leads to improper conversion of the carbon dioxide into oxygen.
HOW IS BRONCHUS DIAGNOSED?
Severe deviations of the air passage, during respiration may lead to grave respiratory diseases like: asthma, bronchitis, etc.