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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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.
Most common findings were normal airways (n= 80), followed by intrabronchial growth (n=58) associated with airway obstruction (partial/complete); and vocal cord palsy was found in 45 cases (Table--4).
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Monocytic/ macrophagic pneumonitis after intrabronchial deposition of vascular endothelial growth factor in neonatal lambs," Veterinary Pathology, vol.
Technique and endoscopic intervention performed under SHFJV Technique Intervention Total (n=25) Flexible bronchoscopy EBUS TBNA * diagnosis 19 Tumoral biopsy 3 Rigid bronchoscopy Intrabronchial glue 2 instillation for fistula closure Foreign body extraction 1 * EBUS TBNA--Endobronchial ultrasound-guided transbronchial needle aspiration
Intrabronchial metastases from renal carcinoma with recurrent tumor expectoration.
In this time period, 110 patients who were found to have intrabronchial and/or intrapleural HC rupture and in whom surgical treatment was administered were included in the study.
Even rarer is the finding of intrabronchial foreign bodies caused by penetrating objects.
The pathognomonic microscopic features of asthma are well-depicted in Figure 2 and include intrabronchial mucus, bronchial epithelial inflammation that includes a predominance of eosinophils, subepithelial basement membrane thickening, and hyperplasia of both the surrounding smooth muscle and the surrounding glands.
On the regulation of intrabronchial pressure and anesthesia in artificial respiration by insufflation.
Expectoration of cyst membranes and fluid is observed with intrabronchial rupture.