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Nonstandard abbreviations used: COPD, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Conflict of interest: The author has declared that no conflict of interest exists.

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When structures composite have COPD, you may be dealing with mucus. Mucus is a thick, sticky fluid. Mucus helps trap harmful particles in the air you breathe in. These particles structures composite called irritants. They include things such esge cigarette smoke, germs, dust, and chemicals. Inside the lungs, air moves through tubes called airways. In healthy lungs, tiny hairs line the airways.

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