A person with cystic fibrosis produces thick, sticky mucus that provides a perfect breeding ground for bacterial growth.
The conjunctiva contains thousands of cells that produce mucus and tiny glands that produce tears.
The cervical mucus plugs the cervical canal and normally prevents foreign materials from entering the reproductive tract.
We therefore sought to study the mechanisms by which this increase in airway mucus production is regulated.
Other symptoms include a fever, tenderness over your face, and thick green or yellow mucus in your nose.
Excess mucus occurs only in some pathological conditions, and makes its presence known in the stools.
Dysentery was defined as the presence of blood and mucus in the stools.
Davis worries that inhibitors of mucus secretion might block activity of beneficial proteins.
Common symptoms include shortness of breath, chronic coughing and increased mucus production.
The normal physiologic vaginal discharge comprises vaginal secretions, exfoliated cells and cervical mucus .