mucosa of bronchi

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mu·co·sa of bron·chi

the inner coat of a bronchus.
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Microscopically, beneath the bronchial mucosa, the tumor was composed of sheet-like pattern of noncohesive tumor cells with a fibrous stromal network.
8,29] The bronchial mucosa in sarcoidosis may appear normal' erythematous' miliary or large nodules' yellowish nodules with a cobblestone appearance and occasionally' endobronchial granulomas form a mass-like lesion that can obstruct the bronchial lumen.
Relationship between activated eosinophils of the bronchial mucosa and serum eosinophil cationic protein in atopic asthma.
The HD Defina system promises sharp and clear image quality, enabling rapid and highly detailed visualization for the improved evaluation of anatomical details of the bronchial mucosa.
However, removal of metallic stent can be technically challenging with a risk of bronchial perforation and bleeding, especially if the stent is not totally covered and is anchored into the bronchial mucosa.
Bronchial anthracosis (BA) is a bronchoscopic finding described by the advancement of dim pigments on airways and bronchial mucosa leading to bronchial damage, metamorphosis and obliteration.
Anthracotic pigmentation in the bronchial mucosa is a bronchoscopic finding of pneumoconiosis, or evidence of heavy atmospheric soot.
24 NF- B-binding activity in bronchial mucosa biopsy samples of asthmatic patients was reduced with inhaled budesonide treatment.
Bronchial anthracosis is defined as black discoloration of bronchus due to deposition of carbon particles from extraneous origin on bronchial mucosa.
Another argument against the use of forced expiration is that it actually irritates the bronchial mucosa and produces more mucus.
In oral medication only 1% of the drug goes to bronchial mucosa and the rest goes to other parts of the body through blood system causing severe side effects.
Since allergic rhinitis and asthma are such prominent disorders of immediate hypersensitivity, it is not surprising that identification of eosinophil leukocytes within the nasal and bronchial mucosa and corresponding eosinophilia of the nasal secretion and sputum are common findings in atopic populations (4).