Around 4 billion people in the world die every year because of Lingular Pneumonia. Surprisingly, pneumonia is acommon illness which is suffered by millions of people in every year. Sounds horrible, does not it? Pneumonia is known as lungs disease. Actually, pneumonia can be said as mild diseases. However, pneumonia can be mild and may be deadly. Pneumonia can be deadly depending on the causes. Germs become the major cause. In addition, this disease can be suffered by everyone. So be careful, guys! There are many types of pneumonia. One of them is lingular pneumonia. So, what lingular pneumonia is, and what the causes and the symptoms are. See the below, you will find out the answer!
What is lingular pneumonia?
Actually, lingular pneumonia is categorized as specific pneumonia which happens on the left upper lobe of the lung. The name of lingular comes from the name “lingulal” or known as the left lungs.
What are the causes?
Some people say that germs or parasite organism can be the cause of pneumonia. In fact, the study believes that at least there are three causes. The three causes include germ, ages, and underlying health. Germ may consist of bacteria and viruses. Bacterial pneumonia which is called as streptococcus pneumoniae(pneumococcus) becomes the most serious cause in adults. However, the kids who are in ages of 2 – 4 can suffer pneumonia because of the respiratory viruses. When the children who are in the school age, mycoplasma pneumoniaecan be the major causes of pneumonia in that stage. The elder people who have a bad condition of health and may have along-term and chronic diseases such as cancer, diabetes, asthma and heart disease tend to have ahigh possibility of getting lingularpneumonia. In conclusion, bacterial pneumonia can highly cause symptoms.
After knowing what causes of lingular pneumonia, you need to know the indication of this disease. You may be okay with these symptoms. Wisely, if you have one of this list of symptoms, please go to your personal medical care or come to the specialist doctor. So, here are the lingular pneumonia symptoms you have to be careful:
- Cough, you may have a bad cough or sometimes it comes along greenish or yellow mucus. The mucus canbe tinged with the blood too.
- Fever with shaking
- Fast breathing and having a short of breathing
- Rapid heartbeat
- Having excessive fatigue
- Chest pain
This list of symptoms cannot be generalized. people may have different symptoms with a different range. They may also have a cough but not go up with mucus, or some of them have fever without shaking. Otherwise, they have a normal heartbeat. However, if there is someone who already has a lung disease, he is more likely to have lingular pneumonia or the disease is getting worse. If you have one of the lingular pneumonia symptoms above, then go to the doctor. Your personal medical career will examine you by asking your symptoms, doing a physical test, and doing X-ray.