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bron·chit·ic

(brong-kit'ik),
Relating to bronchitis.

bron·chit·ic

(brong-kit'ik)
Relating to bronchitis.
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Finally, does the similarity of chest X-ray findings in bronchitic and asthmatic patients imply that bronchitis is a variant of asthma (or vice versa)?
Although the larger inhaled particles of tobacco smoke or ambient PM are deposited higher in the airways and likely result in a more classically bronchitic phenotype, [PM.
Prospective study of air pollution and bronchitic symptoms in children with asthma.
No longer need non-smokers worry, when booking a restaurant meal, whether they'll have John Player and his bronchitic wife on the adjoining table.
We also have planned studies to search for modifier genes that modulate the severity of CF lung disease and may have an impact on the severity of other chronic bronchitic airway diseases in humans.
The patients with COPD who are most likely to respond to ipratropium are bronchitic patients and those who fail to respond to a [beta]-adrenergic bronchodilator during pulmonary function testing.
2006) found that associations of various air pollutants with bronchitic symptoms were generally greater among children living in a home with a cat.
Household environmental tobacco smoke and risks of asthma, wheeze and bronchitic symptoms among children in Taiwan.
RESULTS: Among children owning a dog, there were strong associations between bronchitic symptoms and all pollutants examined.
We have shown that air pollution is related to bronchitic symptoms and that asthmatics are more likely to be affected than nonasthmatics.
2002) observed that in normal and bronchitic rats exposed to CAPs, the degree of pulmonary vascular vasoconstriction was strongly correlated with the elemental concentration of silicon.
Several regional cross-sectional studies in the United States and Europe have shown consistently higher rates of bronchitis and bronchitic symptoms among children with higher exposure to total suspended particulates (TSP) than in children living in less polluted areas (Avol et al.