bronchial tubes


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bronchial tubes

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(Anatomy) the bronchi or their smaller divisions
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bronchial tubes

plBronchien pl

bronchial tubes

nplbronchi mpl
References in classic literature ?
Welland's bronchial tubes, they always spent the latter part of the winter.
'Cold virus can affect a child's sinuses, throat, bronchial tubes and ears.
Furthermore, lung cancer blocks the passage of breathing and a rapid growth in bronchial tubes.
His death was believed to be caused by a severe asthmatic reaction to pollen, which causes bronchial tubes to narrow, leaving sufferers struggling to breathe.
They work by opening up the bronchial tubes - the air passages to the lungs - so that more air can flow through.
He said those remaining in hospital run a high risk of infection in their kidneys, cardiovascular and respiratory systems because they inhaled scalding air that burned their tracheas and bronchial tubes. Three patients are being treated in Galveston, Texas.
These spasms, or constrictions, occur around the bronchial tubes and make breathing difficult.
It can't go that far in the windpipe; that passage branches into smaller bronchial tubes.
The stem bark has the ability to reduce inflammation in bronchial tubes that arises due to bronchitis.
After 72 hours, the body is rid of the piled up nicotine inside and hence, the bronchial tubes begin to relax and energy levels increase.
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