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Synonyms for bronchus

either of the two main branches of the trachea

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Collapsed bronchi should also raise suspicion of the diagnosis (7).
The trachea, main bronchi, and orifices of the segmental bronchi were then visualized by sliding a rigid 0[degrees] Hopkins telescope (diameter: 5.
Although supraglottic jet ventilation provides excellent surgical exposure, it carries the risk of causing gastric distention as a result of high pressures and malalignment, inefficient or inefficient or ineffective ventilation, the blowing of blood and debris into the bronchi, vocal fold movement with ventilation, and an inability to monitor airway pressure.
24] These tumors might also arise at locations in the airway, including the larynx, trachea, and bronchi.
The subject of the tender is the supply, installation and commissioning 1 pc new, as yet unused endosonographic system endosonographic examinations in gastroenterology and endosonographic examination of the bronchi, ie.
In addition, people with asthma have inflamed airways which cause two secondary symptoms one of which contain the bronchi, the airway branches leading to the lungs, and the other, lungs.
Abundant, 30-60-[micro]m-diameter, larvated, thick-walled ova were found in the bronchi and parabronchi, within the mesentery, and in the serosa of multiple coelomic organs.
A variety of neoplastic, inflammatory and congenital diseases may affect the trachea and mainstem bronchi.
The baby was surgically fitted with a custom splint, which was printed based on a 3D model made from a CT scan of the baby's bronchi and trachea.
Both the right and left tracheal bronchi have a high association with cardiovascular and costovertebral defects.
Relaxes Human Bronchi And Acts Synergistically With Muscarinic Receptor
Ultimately, the bronchi demonstrate permanent widening, widespread inflammatory destruction, chronic inflammation, increased mucus production, and extensive disruption of ciliary function.
He said that asthma attacks occur when the bronchi and bronchioles become inflamed, reducing the space through which air can travel through the lungs and this causes the asthmatic to work harder to move air in and out of the lungs.
In the near future the center will receive the equipment from IAEA (computed tomography, gamma camera apparatus and the apparatus of bronchi therapy amounting to US$1.