Asthma pathology and treatment cutaway diagrams At right is an asthmatic patient using an inhaler to apply bronchodilator drugs to treat his asthma The drugs red arrows are breathed in through the mouth down the trachea and into the two lungs The diagrams at left show crosssections through a normal airway top and an asthmatic constricted airway bottom The airways have a ring of smooth muscle brown and an inner layer of endothelial tissue redwhite In the asthmatic airway the smooth muscle has contracted and the tissue is inflamed Endothelial cell debris and mucus blue are blocking the airway The bronchodilator drugs widen the airway making it easier to breathe
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