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Mucous cup cells (bronchi)
See also: alveoli, bronchial mucosa and bronchial muscles
Not being able to salivate into an (air) lump, thus a fear of choking. For example, asthmatics.
CA phase
Increase in function. Increase in mucus cup cells.
Biological utility
More mucus in the bronchi so air flows through them more easily.
Possible weariness of the bronchi.
PCL phase
Normalization of function. Degradation of extra cells by fungi or TB bacteria, if present.
Coughing up yellow, pus-like mucus, fatigue and/or night sweats, shortness of breath, fever, smelly breath.
This process is very similar to bronchitis (inflammation of the bronchial mucosa) and it is often confused with it. Difference: smelly night sweat due to TB activity and the yellow, pus-like mucus. You don't find this in bronchitis.
Hanging healing: sharp decrease to complete disappearance of mucus cup cells (see also endoderm).
Result: mucous membrane of the bronchi is too tough, too "sticky." Mucoviscidosis of the bronchi.
Relapses or Hanging healing after crisis: pulmonary fibrosis (with scar tissue).