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When birds are treated for puncture wounds in their thorax or abdomen, careful inspection is needed to make sure that the wounds are not deep enough to have punctured any of the air sacs. But to answer this question simply, yes, birds breathe with lungs but they’re much different than ours.Is lung cancer and lung disease the same thing?
No. Lung cancer is only one of many diseases which we can contract in the lungs. Others are asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, infections like influenza, pneumonia and tuberculosis, lung cancer, and many other breathing problems. --answer-- No they are different but if Ben has them they are the same because he has 3 lungs.What diseases do birds have?
The four diseases that most frequently affect birds that use feeders are: salmonella, trichomoniasis, aspergillosis, and avian pox. All of these diseases are transmitted from one bird to another at feeding stations, especially when overcrowding occurs. Birds are also susceptible to mites and lice.