Is bronchiectasis reversible?

March 10, 2022
Bronchiectasis is defined as "irreversible dilation of the bronchi," and while reversible forms have only been shown in a few cases, bronchiectasis was reversed in six non-cystic fibrosis patients, and improvement was seen in eight patients in the paediatric group.

Bronchiectasis  disease develops when the bronchial and bronchiolar walls are damaged by inflammatory and viral agents, resulting in a vicious cycle of airway injury. Bronchiectasis  is typically thought to be irreversible in the adult population because of the hallmark bronchiectasis symptom of permanent bronchial dilation..Salt Therapy for bronchiectasis at Saltworld passes positive vibes to the individuals.