intrabronchial

in·tra·bron·chi·al

(in'tră-brong'kē-ăl),
Within the bronchi or bronchial tubes.
Synonym(s): endobronchial

intrabronchial

adjective Within a bronchus.

intrabronchial

(ĭn″tră-brŏng′kē-ăl) [″ + Gr. bronchos, windpipe]
Within a bronchus.
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Whenever intrabronchial growth was seen bronchial brushing, washings and biopsy were done in sequence.
Antibacterial therapy was modified to intravenous meropenem plus intrabronchial colistin and then adjusted to tazocillin and tobramycin.
Although rapidly absorbed, intrabronchial presence of any high-osmolar water-soluble radiographic contrast media is extremely toxic and can induce severe bronchial irritation, immediate pulmonary edema, and delayed mild-to-moderate pleural effusions.
Key deviations from the BTS guidelines included using noncontrast CT scan for further diagnostic imaging of an aspirated unilateral pleural effusion, narrow bore (8 F) chest tube and Heimlich valve insertion for outpatient management of primary spontaneous pneumothorax, and use of intrabronchial valves for prolonged air leaks (see Supplementary Materials (available here)).
Head, "Intrabronchial foreign bodies in dogs," Journal of Small Animal Practice, vol.
Bense, "Intrabronchial selective coagulative treatment of hemoptysis: report of three cases," Chest, vol.
Hogarth, "Intrabronchial valves: a case series describing a minimally invasive approach to bronchopleural fistulas in medical intensive care unit patients," Journal of Bronchology & Interventional Pulmonology, vol.
Moreover, bleeding can induce coughs, which increase the intrabronchial pressure, leading to air embolism.
Lazic et al., "Monocytic/macrophagic pneumonitis after intrabronchial deposition of vascular endothelial growth factor in neonatal lambs," Veterinary Pathology, vol.
The development of a diverticulum or tracheocele in these relatively weak areas is possible, particularly if there is an infection in the mucous membrane and chronic cough with increased intrabronchial pressure (4, 8).
According to a case report on a patient with severe pulmonary bleeding due to vascular malformation, intrabronchial epinephrine and cold saline lavage failed to control bleeding, while the endobronchial instillation of tranexamic acid was successful in bleeding control.
Local delivery introduces cells into the lung via intratracheal (IT) or intrabronchial (IB) instillation.