Dr. K N Poddar (Pulmonology) needs a second opinion on this medical case.
It is normal with all of us when we exert excessively..
But Dyspnea that is greater than expected with the degree of exertion... is a symptom of disease.
Most cases of dyspnea result from asthma, heart failure and myocardial ischemia, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, interstitial lung disease, pneumonia, or psychogenic disorders..
Below mentioned are the pathological causes of Dyspnea by Organ System….
Acute valvular disease
Acute exacerbations or persistent chronic asthma
Acute exacerbation or persistent chronic obstructive lung disease
Interstitial lung diseases
Malignancy (tumor related
obstructive lesions and
Foreign body aspiration
Acute liver failure and its consequences
Abdominal distention of various causes
Acute or chronic renal failure and its consequences
High cervical cord lesions
Trauma to phrenic nerves
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
Vocal Cord Dysfunction
I hope this list of causes will be HELPFUL to diagnose the aetiology of DYSPNEA…