Common Respiratory Illnesses

Different types of viruses that can cause respiratory illnesses.
An illustration of the Bordetella pertussis bacteria and a sick toddler with whooping cough.
A colorized microscope view of H1N1 particles and a woman lying sick in bed.
A colorized microscope view of influenza A(H5N1) and a sick woman blowing her nose.
A colorized microscope view of Enteriovirus spheres and a baby with Enteriovirus and oxygen tubes.
A colorized electron microscope view of the influenza virus and a girl with the flu in bed.
A colorized microscope view of influenza viruses and a man with the flu on the couch blowing his nose.
A colorized microscope view of mycoplasmal pneumonia and a man with pneumonia in bed with a fever.
A cluster of corona viruses under microscope and a doctor with a patient who has viral pneumonia.
Pseudomonas bacteria in a lung and a male patient with bronchitis.
Adenovirus, a cause of the common cold and a sick boy outside.
A colorized microscope view of multiple rosette-like SARS viruses and a woman in a flu mask at the airport.
A colorized microscope view of the MERS virus and a middle eastern woman in a mask, at risk for MERS.

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Reviewed by Charles Patrick Davis, MD, PhD on Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Common Respiratory Illnesses

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