bronchia


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bron·chi·a

(brong'kē-ă),
Plural of bronchium.
[G. pl. of bronchion, dim. of bronchos, trachea]

bronchia

(brŏng′kē-ə)
n.
Plural of bronchium.

bron·chi·a

(brong'kē-ă)
The smaller divisions of the bronchi.
See also: bronchus, bronchiole
[G. pl. of bronchion, dim. of bronchos, trachea]

bron·chi·a

(brong'kē-ă)
The smaller divisions of the bronchi.
See also: bronchus, bronchiole
[G. pl. of bronchion, dim. of bronchos, trachea]

bronchia (brong´kēə),

n.pl the bronchial tubes smaller than bronchi and larger than bronchioles.
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