If you want to call it that. My daughter suffered a collapsed lung. We didn't even know it until we brought her to the local health clinic. She'd even bowled in the local Pepsi tournament with good scores shortly before. So they checked her at the clinic. Everything was fine, her O2 was 97, no lung sounds, nothing except shortness of breath and pain in her upper back. The PA was about to send her home thinking it was a possible anxiety attack (she'd just gotten hired at a local amusement park) when she decided to cover all the bases and sent her for an Xray, came back in and said her right lung was partially collapsed and that she should head to the ER which we did. They re-inflated the lung and admitted her into the hospital which is where we now sit. She's resting comfortably, albeit with a tube in her side for the next couple days...she'd hadn't an accident, or been sick or anything. The doctor said she was genetically predisposed to it, being tall and slim....joy, another thing to worry about...still we count our blessings...it could always be so much worse....
Listening to: my mother, blah blah blah...
Watching: the computer screen, geez