mucosa of trachea

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mucosa of trachea

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the inner mucous layer of the trachea.
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9) Rhinoscleroma may demonstrate nodular deformity of the tracheal mucosa or severe, circumferential thickening of the walls of the trachea and central bronchi resulting in marked luminal narrowing (Figure 10).
7-mm rigid 30-degree endoscope unit (Karl Storz Inc, El Segundo, CA, USA); no abnormalities in the tracheal mucosa or lumen were detected.
3] One study showed that compromised blood flow for 15 minutes resulted in superficial damage to the tracheal mucosa.
The tracheal ulcer that eventually penetrated into the aorta appeared to be part of delayed radiation effects to the tracheal mucosa.
Von Bruns proposed that the thyroid gland becomes divided by the growing tracheal cartilages and that a portion of the thyroid tissue is left inside the trachea between the cartilage and the tracheal mucosa.
Most tracheostomy tubes have a pre-formed curve that enables them to lie within the tracheal lumen without impinging significantly on the tracheal mucosa.
Blood flow in the rabbit tracheal mucosa under normal conditions and under the influence of tracheal intubation.
Eggs produced are deposited in the tracheal mucosa, swallowed, and pass in the feces.
1] Several complications due to the Pcuff exerted on the tracheal mucosa have been identified.
The specific cause of these lesions is unclear, but some type of tracheal mucosa trauma or irritation is suggested by histologic findings.
In patients who have undergone a tracheotomy or who have a permanent tracheal stoma, topical anesthetic can be applied directly to the tracheal mucosa via a nebulizer.
The differential diagnosis included bacterial or fungal tracheitis and/or trauma with secondary fibrosis of the tracheal mucosa, but involvement of the lower respiratory tract could not be ruled out.