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Of or relating to the trachea and the bronchi.
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(ˌtreɪ ki oʊˈbrɒŋ ki əl)

of, pertaining to, or affecting the trachea and bronchi.
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Grossly visible lesions, mostly found in the retropharyngeal or tracheobronchial lymph nodes or lung, were typically small and localized and could easily be missed or mistaken for granulomas caused by other pathogens if careful dissections of tissues were not performed (online Technical Appendix, https://
The submandibular, retropharyngeal, inguinal, mesenteric, mediastinal and tracheobronchial lymph nodes were diffusely and severely enlarged and firm, and on the cut surface, the parenchyma was replaced with whitish-to-yellowish masses (Figure 1B).
The pathogenesis of inhalational anthrax involves phagocytosis of B anthracis spores by pulmonary dendritic cells, transport of the spores within them to the tracheobronchial lymph nodes where the spores germinate, and replication of vegetative bacilli that secrete edema toxin and lethal toxin.