respiratory tract

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Related to respiratory tracts: respiratory airway, Respiratory passages
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Noun1.respiratory tract - the passages through which air enters and leaves the body
respiratory system, systema respiratorium - the system for taking in oxygen and giving off carbon dioxide; in terrestrial animals this is accomplished by breathing
lower respiratory tract - the bronchi and lungs
upper respiratory tract - the nose and throat and trachea
tract - a system of body parts that together serve some particular purpose
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All the 140 participants from the Immunodeficiency Unit had symptoms of disease in their respiratory tracts for at least 42 days prior to the study.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Treating infection-prone patients over a 12-month period with high doses of vitamin D reduces their risk of developing respiratory tract infection.
Both upper and lower respiratory tracts can be affected by food allergy.
Objectives: Acute respiratory tract infections are divided into two groups as upper and lower respiratory tract infections.
Influenza affects both the upper and lower respiratory tracts.
JEDDAH: Lower respiratory tract infections (LRTI) place a considerable strain on the health budget and are generally more serious than upper respiratory infections.
The BHPIV3 virus replicated in the respiratory tracts of all the animals, but only those monkeys that received the S-protein gene developed antibodies against the SARS virus, the scientists report in the June 26 Lancet.
The vaccine, tested in African green monkeys, is the first to be administered directly to the respiratory tract and is also the first that confers immunity with a single dose.
Isolation of Mycobacterium bovis from the respiratory tracts of skin test-negative cattle.
It is uncommon for localized amyloid depositions to occur in both the upper and lower respiratory tracts.
Mucosal surfaces are prominent in the gastrointestinal, urogenital, and respiratory tracts and provide portals of entry for pathogens.

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