bronchial tube

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Synonyms for bronchial tube

either of the two main branches of the trachea

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Archie had been diagnosed with a bronchial tube narrowing, which was restricting the air flow to and from his lung.
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.
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Repeated lung infection in people with chronic bronchitis and cystic fibrosis, in which the mucus produced by the lining of the airways is thicker than normal, blocking the bronchial tubes and then collecting in the lungs.
When burned, cigarettes create a tarry residue that sticks to the inside of the smallest bronchial tubes of the lungs and in the alveoli, where the body absorbs the oxygen and releases the carbon dioxide.
ALONG with nine million of us I have a Christmas cold and my bronchial tubes currently sound as if a mouse is eating popping candy in them.
Veins and arteries can roll off a dull edge, and other structures like bronchial tubes are extremely tough.
Alpha receptors are the ones that cause relaxation of smooth muscles around bronchial tubes when stimulated, while stimulation of beta receptors increases heart activity.
According to the National Institutes of Health, aspiration pneumonia is inflammation of the lungs and bronchial tubes, and occurs after breathing in foreign material.
From a physiological point of view, this hypersensitivity results in serious inflammation of the bronchial tubes and the bronchioles in sensitive persons.
Breathing in tobacco smoke and dry indoor air can also irritate the bronchial tubes and put you at risk for bronchitis.
The Birmingham race will be his first since he was forced to pull out of the Berlin Marathon last month due to a strong inflammation of his bronchial tubes.
It can't go that far in the windpipe; that passage branches into the smaller bronchial tubes.
suffer from asthma, a chronic inflammation or constriction of the bronchial tubes.
A microscopic examination of tissues throughout the airways revealed that the virus caused damage primarily to the upper airway -- the trachea and bronchial tubes a[euro]"- but tissue damage in the lower airway, including deep in the lungs, was present as well.