bronchial tube


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bronchial tube

n.
A bronchus or any of its branches.

bronchial tube

See bronchus.

bronchial tube

One of the smaller divisions of the bronchi.
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Triggers can constrict bronchial tubes and produce chest tightness within minutes.
It dilates the bronchial tubes, resulting in deeper breathing and increased oxygen intake, and has antihistamine.
It's an infection in the centre of the lungs, and the smaller bronchial tubes become inflamed and fill with fluid.
Asbestosis can involve the lungs and bronchial tubes and can cause chronic problems--a pulmonologist could address this.
The most common medication are preventers -a low- dose inhaled steroid that should be taken even when the sufferer is well -and relievers which dilates the bronchial tubes and relieves symptoms.
Her bronchial tubes had closed down, leaving her incapable of breathing.
After a minute or so, a deep breath wilt be impossible, so you'll try to move the inert weight by sucking bursts of air into your collapsed bronchial tubes.
However, in dose calculations uptake of radon by fatty tissues and body organs is overlooked as attention is focused upon deposition of radioactive daughters in the bronchial tubes and the lungs.
YardleyA ASTHMA is a condition characterised by not only spasm of the bronchial tubes, but also by mucus production and inflation of the lung linings.
Hemoptysis, defined as "the spitting of blood derived from the lungs or from the bronchial tubes," can be life threatening.
For example, allergies to airborne substances like pollen, dander and dust mites can cause a runny or stuffy nose or can cause inflammation and constriction in the bronchial tubes, which is allergic asthma.
The muscles in the bronchial tubes (airways) squeeze tight.