bronchial tube

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Synonyms for bronchial tube

either of the two main branches of the trachea

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Biopsies of tissue from bronchial tubes show that exercising in ozone-laden air can cause moderate inflammation of these airways, even in healthy individuals, a California-based study finds.
"Archie had been diagnosed with a bronchial tube narrowing, which was restricting the air flow to and from his lung.
Pamela Abbott was 20 years old when she entered Bennett Hospital in Plantation, Florida, to have a benign tumor removed from her bronchial tube. The operation required two surgeons and an anesthesiologist to remove the growth and keep oxygen flowing to her lungs.
The medical team performed a second endoscopy to make sure there was no plastic residue from the ball left in the child's bronchial tube, the report said.
This variation of the tubes in length from the proximal edge of the bronchial cuff to the tip of the bronchial tube is caused both by variation in cuff length and variation in tip length for the same size tube from even the same manufacturer (Table 1).
The autopsy also showed that her bronchial tube had been severed.
He retches and groans as a doctor inserts a long tube and peers into his bronchial tubes and lungs.
Asthma is a non-communicable, chronic respiratory disease of the bronchial tubes that is characterized by recurrent attacks of breathlessness and wheezing.
Ozone is a powerful oxidizing agent and can cause a wide range of symptoms in humans, including lacrimation, irritation of the mucous membranes in the mouth, throat, and bronchial tubes, headaches, coughing and even deterioration in lung function.
The prince has been in the hospital for more than two weeks to treat an infection of the bronchial tubes and lungs.
Asthmatics who drink coffee daily have fewer attacks, and coffee can help open bronchial tubes, which relieves congestion caused by colds and flu.
The chief Kremlin doctor was quoted as saying he had tracheo-bronchitis - an infectious disease caused by inflammation of the bronchial tubes and involving coughing and chest pains.
Allergic reactions in the lungs are associated with spasm of the bronchial tubes, arid the production of mucus which is thick and sticky.