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Synonyms for trachea

membranous tube with cartilaginous rings that conveys inhaled air from the larynx to the bronchi

one of the tubules forming the respiratory system of most insects and many arachnids

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Key words: trachea, stenosis, inflammation, resection, anastomosis, foreign body, avian, secretary bird, Sagittarius serpentarius
This work aimed to characterize the posterior respiratory apparatus of Inia geoffrensis and Sotalia fluviatilis, from macroscopic and microscopic analysis of the trachea, bronchi and lungs.
But Freya's dream was to learn to swim and wanted her artificial trachea removed.
We evaluated four ingredients (by-products) from bovine slaughter (testicles, residue sirloin steak RSS, trachea, and liver) and a semi-humid commercial food (Dudog,s[R]) which was considered as the reference diet for digestibility calculations (Table 1).
A lateral X-ray of the neck showed a large pre-vertebral low density mass that was uniform in appearance and which narrowed the trachea.
Out of 24 samples taken from each organ, 22, 21, and 18 samples from trachea, lungs, and intestine showed viral RNA, respectively.
Scientists at Children's Hospital Los Angeles have developed a tissue-engineered model of lung and trachea which contains the diverse cell types present in the human respiratory tract.
After passing the endoscope into trachea apical bronchus and bifurcation of trachea i.
van de Graaff demonstrated that traction on the lower portion of the trachea can increase the diameter of the upper airway regardless of dilator muscle activity.
Tracheal bronchus (TB) was firstly defined in 1785 by Sandifort as a branch of right upper lobe originating from the trachea.
The plane of dissection between the trachea and the thyroid gland through the anterior suspensory ligament attachments is extended in a retrograde fashion one-half to two-thirds of the way down the side of the trachea, followed by division of the superior pole as previously described.
The proximal trachea was slightly compressed and displaced to the right.
Extrathyroidal invasions most commonly affect strap muscles, recurrent laryngeal nerves, trachea, esophagus and neck vessels2.
The company has begun development of an anatomical scaffold prototype based on the trachea.
We believe this to be a successful artificial trachea that is capable of complete biologically healing with the native trachea.