tracheobronchial


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tra·che·o·bron·chi·al

(trā'kē-ō-brong'kē-ăl),
Relating to both trachea and bronchi, denoting especially a set of lymph nodes.

tracheobronchial

/tra·cheo·bron·chi·al/ (-brong´ke-al) pertaining to the trachea and bronchi.

tracheobronchial

(trā′kē-ō-brŏng′kē-əl)
adj.
Of or relating to the trachea and the bronchi.

tracheobronchial

[trā′kē·ō·brong′kē·əl]
pertaining to the trachea and bronchi. Also called bronchotracheal.

tra·che·o·bron·chi·al

(trā'kē-ō-brong'kē-ăl)
Relating to both trachea and bronchi, denoting especially a set of lymph nodes.

tra·che·o·bron·chi·al

(trā'kē-ō-brong'kē-ăl)
Relating to both trachea and bronchi, denoting especially a set of lymph nodes.

tracheobronchial (trā´kēōbrong´-kēəl),

adj pertaining to the trachea and a bronchus or bronchi.

tracheobronchial

pertaining to the trachea and bronchi.

tracheobronchial aspiration
see tracheal lavage.
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Benign tracheobronchial strictures: Long-term results and factors affecting airway patency after temporary stent placement.
Analysis of tracheobronchial foreign bodies with respect to sex, age, type and presentation.
Tracheobronchial lesions including hyper viscous secretions can result in respiratory failure.
Methods: In this retrospective study our pediatric cases in which a foreign body was removed from tracheobronchial tree in last 8 years were analyzed.
35-41) Of note, localized AL amyloidosis is not unique to the lungs and the tracheobronchial tree (see below).
This broad classification becomes important when considering obstruction to airflow, amount of mucosal reaction, inflammation/infection, and abscess formation akin to organic FBs in the tracheobronchial tree.
Relapsing polychondritis is a rare autoimmune disorder of unknown etiology, characterized by episodic inflammation/destruction of cartilaginous structures including the ear, nose, peripheral joints and tracheobronchial tree.
VAP has traditionally been diagnosed by clinical criteria of Johanson and colleagues (appearance of new or progressive pulmonary infiltrates, fever, leucocytosis and purulent tracheobronchial secretions), which are non-specific.
Closed Suction Catheters for single patient use suctioning device for the removal of secretions from the tracheobronchial tree of ventilator dependent patients.
These associated anomalies along with mechanical effects on the tracheobronchial tree and esophagus from mediastinal shift can result in major morbidity to this group of patients.
The secretolytic activity was assessed in 55 mice by the secretion of intraperitoneally injected phenol red into the tracheobronchial tract over a period of 30 minutes, after three days consecutive treatment.