peribronchial

peribronchial

 [per″ĭ-brong´ke-al]
around a bronchus or bronchi.

per·i·bron·chi·al

(per'i-brong'kē-ăl),
Surrounding a bronchus or the bronchi.
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In a study investigating protective effect of caffeic acid phenylester in lower extremity I/R damage peribronchial and perivascular leucocyte infiltration was decreased compared to I/R administered group (Calikoglu et al.
The radiologic features of Mycoplasma is typical of a bronchopneumonia, usually involving a single lobe, subsegmental atelectasis, peribronchial thickening, and streaky interstitial densities.
A) Initial chest radiograph showing bilateral peribronchial infiltration in the central areas of both lungs and minimal pleural effusion.
[24] which was used as a modified version in the mentioned study; grade and extent of bronchiectasis, mucus plug formation, peribronchial thickening, and level of division which bronchiectasis extends are evaluated.
A, Axial HRCT image shows patchy consolidation and ground-glass attenuation with a peribronchial and perilobular distribution, resembling a reverse halo sign.
Lung tissue from the AR control mice demonstrated marked histopathologic abnormalities characterized by significant (p < 0.05) increase in peribronchial and perivascular inflammatory infiltration in alveoli and bronchial region (Fig.
The most common findings on chest CT are consolidations and areas of peribronchial ground glass opacities, mainly in the lung bases.
Lung imaging may reveal increased aeration, flattening of the diaphragm, infiltrations, patchtype atelectasis, and increased peribronchial shadows.
Chest radiography and chest CT show bilateral ground-glass infiltration and hilar or peribronchial consolidation.
Consistent with our findings of a stronger association between endotoxin and CBE in participants sensitized to inhalant allergens, endotoxin has been found to have worse effects in atopy via goblet cell hyperplasia and subsequent mucus hypersecretion causing peribronchial inflammation in atopic people (Charavaryamath et al.
Another possible mechanism involved in the smooth muscle hypertrophy observed in our study is the one proposed by Yick et al, who observed that in asthmatic patients with GC treatment, the gene expression of the smooth muscle is altered, causing an increase in the size of the peribronchial smooth muscle fiber.
[12] The probable cause for the decrease in PFT is the accumulation in peribronchial lymphoid and connective tissues along with varying degrees of wall thickening and remodeling in terminal and respiratory bronchioles arising from each pathway.