bronchomotor

bronchomotor

 [brong″ko-mo´ter]
affecting the caliber of the bronchi.

bron·cho·mo·tor

(brong'kō-mō'ter),
1. Relating to a change in caliber, dilation, or contraction of a bronchus or bronchiole.
2. An agent possessing this action.
[broncho- + L. motor, mover]

bronchomotor

/bron·cho·mo·tor/ (-mo´ter) affecting the caliber of the bronchi.

bronchomotor

affecting the caliber of the bronchi.

bronchomotor tone
tone of the bronchial muscles as in bronchospasm.
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Over a relatively brief periods, resistance may change with accumulating secretions or variations of bronchomotor tone, and effective respiratory system compliance changes with body position.
improvement in lung function--as inflammation subsides, resting bronchomotor tone changes and the airways spontaneously dilate; bronchodilator responses are often also better.