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Lung disorders are disorders of the lungs, a number of which are of interest to psychologists. These include:

Obstructive lung diseases[edit | edit source]

Diseases of lung parenchyma and pleura[edit | edit source]

Contagious[edit | edit source]

Non-contagious[edit | edit source]

Pulmonary vascular diseases[edit | edit source]

Other causes of diminished breathing[edit | edit source]

Obstruction of the airway[edit | edit source]

Immobilization of the diaphragm[edit | edit source]

Restriction of the chest volume[edit | edit source]

Disorders of the cardiovascular system[edit | edit source]

Disorders of the blood and metabolism[edit | edit source]

Disorders affecting breathing nerves and muscles[edit | edit source]

Psychological conditions[edit | edit source]

Medications[edit | edit source]

See also[edit | edit source]

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