Bronchitis is a condition wherein there is an inflammation of the mucous membranes of the bronchi and can be of an acute and a chronic type.
„Nausea‟ is an uncomfortable sensation that a person gets in the region of the chest, abdomen and sometimes in the head, which progresses to vomiting when the digestive tract sends signals to inform the centers in the brain that certain harmful substances are present in the stomach.
Common cold also called as „influenza or coryza‟ is one of the most common seasonal upper respiratory tract disorder that is usually caused by any of the 200 viruses, usually a rhinovirus. It is a self-limiting disease, which resolves within five to ten days on its own.
Renal calculi (kidney stones) develop when the concentration of minerals in the urine like calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, uric acid oxalate or xanthine becomes too high thus resulting in a build-up of their crystals (which are normally flushed out of the system during urination) in the urinary tract.
Yellow discoloration of the skin, sclera and mucous membranes due to an underlying liver disorder, which leads to an accumulation of bile products in the body resulting in an increased bilirubin concentration in the body fluids, is termed as „jaundice‟.