In the cavy, the pseudoglandular phase was associated with the development of the bronchi and bronchioles
with a simple cuboid epithelium, as described for mice (WARBURTON et al.
Among the cases, abnormal terminal bronchioles
and pulmonary vessels showing features of peribronchiolitis and perivasculitis appeared as thickening in the wall of terminal bronchiole
and in the wall of pulmonary vessels due to lymphocytic infiltration (Figure-4).
Histologically massive exudate was present in the bronchioles
predominantly comprises of eosinophils lymphocytes macrophages and giant cells.
8) This type of injury causes fibrosis (thickening and scarring) of the bronchioles
, which is the underlying cause of bronchiolitis obliterans.
Scarce attachment of avian influenza viruses to bronchioles
and alveoli of harbor seals is consistent with low pathogenicity of these viruses for harbor seals during experimental infection (4-6).
The injected stem cells differentiated into new bronchioles
, alveoli and pulmonary vessel cells which not only formed new lung tissue, but also integrated structurally to the existing lung tissue in the mice.
The NasoNeb Nasal Nebulizer creates a low-volume irrigation effect with particles small enough to deposit medication in the right places yet large enough not to enter the lungs or bronchioles
inhaled, could reach the peripheral regions of the bronchioles
in the lungs,
These nerves stimulate visceral organs such as the heart muscles and other smooth muscles found in bronchioles
, arteries and veins.
A bedside flexible bronchoscopy was performed, which showed sloughing of the lining of the large airways and bronchioles
At just 10 weeks old, Kate's son Jake was diagnosed with bronchiolitis - an inflammation of the lung's bronchioles
common among babies.
Where in your body would you find bronchioles