breastbone (thymus) - spleen
pleura - lung *
corpus callosum - corpus callosum
epiclavian - epiclavian
* Also check pleura - scapula
Destruction of the alveolar wall, with or without overt fibrosis, that is, loss of pulmonary elasticity, which decreases the supply of oxygen to the blood. It is part of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD).
Respiratory symptoms: cough, bronchitis, dyspnea, wheezing, tachypnea (increased heart rate), fatigue, anxiety.
Smoking. The pair corpus callosum - corpus callosum may be useful in helping to overcome tobacco addiction.
parietal (L) - diaphragm
It consists of difficulty in breathing, it is generally progressive. It can present as chronic bronchitis or as pulmonary Emphysema or as a combination of both. The symptoms are similar to those of Emphysema: cough, bronchitis, dyspnea, wheezing, fatigue.
The main cause is smoking or smoking cigarettes, because of the free radicals contained in the cigarette smoke. So it affects more often people over 40 years. It can also affect passive smokers or people exposed to air pollution, also occurs in populations where it is cooked with firewood.