bronchial


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bron·chi·al

 (brŏng′kē-əl)
adj.
Of or relating to the bronchi, the bronchia, or the bronchioles.

bron′chi·al·ly adv.

bronchial

(ˈbrɒŋkɪəl)
adj
(Anatomy) of or relating to the bronchi or the bronchial tubes
ˈbronchially adv

bron•chi•al

(ˈbrɒŋ ki əl)

adj.
of or pertaining to the bronchi.
[1725–35; bronchi(a) the branches of the bronchi (< Late Latin < Greek, pl. of brónchion, diminutive of brónchos windpipe) + -al1]
bron′chi•al•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.bronchial - relating to or associated with the bronchi; "bronchial tubes"; "bronchial pneumonia"
Translations

bronchial

[ˈbrɒŋkɪəl]
A. ADJbronquial
B. CPD bronchial asthma Nasma f bronquial
bronchial tubes NPLbronquios mpl

bronchial

[ˈbrɒŋkiəl] adjbronchique, des bronchesbronchial tubes nplbronches fpl

bronchial

adjbronchial

bronchial

[ˈbrɒŋkɪəl] adjbronchiale

bron·chi·al

a. bronquial, rel. a los bronquios;
___ adenomaadenoma ___;
___ archarco ___;
___ asthmaasma ___;
___ blockadebloqueo ___;
___ breathingmurmullo vesicular;
___ cleftfisura ___;
___ glandsglándulas bronquiales;
___ plexus injurylesión del plexo ___;
___ spasmespasmo ___;
___ stenosisestenosis ___;
___ treeárbol ___;
___ veinsvenas bronquiales;
___ washinglavado ___.
References in classic literature ?
Guppy, "dear me-- something bronchial, I think--hem!--to remark that you was so good on that occasion as to repel and repudiate that declaration.
Er--this is certainly bronchial!--must be in the tubes-- er--you wouldn't perhaps be offended if I was to mention--not that it's necessary, for your own good sense or any person's sense must show 'em that--if I was to mention that such declaration on my part was final, and there terminated?"
Welland's bronchial tubes, they always spent the latter part of the winter.
Thus it happened, that when Phoebe heard a certain noise in Judge Pyncheon's throat, --rather habitual with him, not altogether voluntary, yet indicative of nothing, unless it were a slight bronchial complaint, or, as some people hinted, an apoplectic symptom,--when the girl heard this queer and awkward ingurgitation(which the writer never did hear, and therefore cannot describe), she very foolishly started, and clasped her hands.
And I was answered by a bronchial whistle from the door.
'If they had--' Clennam was going on to say; when Mr Pancks, without change of countenance, produced a sound so far surpassing all his usual efforts, nasal or bronchial, that he stopped.
The results of this study showed that 16.4% of bronchial anthracotic patients had tuberculosis; this value was significantly higher than that for the non-bronchial anthracosis control group.
Anthracotic pigmentation in the bronchial mucosa is a bronchoscopic finding of pneumoconiosis, or evidence of heavy atmospheric soot.
In addition to showing the lung parenchyma and airways, it allows the evaluation of the integrity of pulmonary, bronchial, and non-bronchial systemic arteries within the chest.1,2
Bronchial anthracosis is defined as black discoloration of bronchus due to deposition of carbon particles from extraneous origin on bronchial mucosa.
Congenital lobar emphysema (CLE) is a rare malformation of lung development which may be the cause of respiratory insufficiency especially in suckling child that calls for urgent diagnosis and management.1 It is caused by hyperinflation of the lung lobe with compression of normal lung parenchyma and contralateral displacement of the mediastinum.2 The pathology is usually the deficiency in cartilage of the bronchial wall.3
Contract notice: various material for anesthesia and ventilotherapy: mouthpiece for spirometer, bronchial catheter, pulse card, cardiac sensor, ventilation peep valve