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*  Foreign body
... in the bronchi can also present as chronic cough. Airborne particles can lodge in the eyes of people at any age. ...
*  Bronchus
The first bronchi to branch from the trachea are the right main bronchus and the left main bronchus. These are the widest and ... The left main bronchus divides into two secondary bronchi or lobar bronchi, to deliver air to the two lobes of the left lung- ... The left main bronchus departs from the trachea at a greater angle than that of the right main bronchus. The right bronchus is ... The right main bronchus subdivides into three secondary bronchi (also known as lobar bronchi), which deliver oxygen to the ...
*  Eparterial bronchus
The eparterial bronchus (right superior lobar bronchus) is a branch of the right main bronchus given off about 2.5 cm from the ... The eparterial bronchus is the only secondary bronchus with a specific name apart from the name of its corresponding lobe. This ... This branch supplies the superior lobe of the right lung and is the most superior of all secondary bronchi. It arises above the ... The Bronchi and Their Divisions" MedEd at Loyola Grossanatomy/dissector/practical/thorax/thorax10.html. ...
*  Bronchus-associated lymphoid tissue
... (BALT) is a tertiary lymphoid structure and it is a part of mucosa-associated lymphoid ... While it is normal component of lungs and bronchus in rabbits or pigs, in mice or humans it appears only after infection or ... "Bronchus-associated lymphoid tissue (BALT) is not present in the normal adult lung but in different diseases." Pathobiology ... BALT is found along the bifurcations of the upper bronchi directly beneath the epithelium and generally lying between an artery ...
*  Papaverine
Müller-Schweinitzer E, Hasse J, Swoboda L (1993). "Cryopreservation of human bronchi". J Asthma. 30 (6): 451-7. doi:10.3109/ ...
*  Hormone replacement therapy (male-to-female)
... widening bronchi, which helps respiration; reducing inflammation and immune response; and normalizing blood clotting and ...
*  Exercise-induced pulmonary hemorrhage
Blood can usually be detected in the trachea or bronchi for 1-3 days after an episode of EIPH, but may be present for up to a ... BAL may be performed using a BAL tube, which allows fluid to be added to and removed from the bronchi, or may be performed ... Approximately 43 to 75% of horses have blood in the trachea and bronchi following a single post-race endoscopic examination. In ... Endoscopy EIPH is most commonly diagnosed by endoscopic examination of the trachea and larger bronchi, with the optimal timing ...
*  Progesterone
Bronchi are widened and mucus regulated. (PRs are widely present in submucosal tissue.) Progesterone acts as an ...
*  Hyaline cartilage
... exists on the ventral ends of ribs; in the larynx, trachea, and bronchi; and on the articulating surfaces of ...
*  Tracheobronchomalacia
This condition can also affect the bronchi. There are two forms of this rare condition: primary TB and secondary TB. Primary TB ...
*  Dictyocaulus
They lay eggs into the airways (bronchi). These eggs are coughed up and subsequently swallowed by the host. The eggs hatch into ...
*  Adenoma
Bronchial adenomas are adenomas in the bronchi. They may cause carcinoid syndrome, a type of paraneoplastic syndrome. A ...
*  Laryngotracheal stenosis
This can occur at the level of the larynx, trachea, carina or main bronchi. In a small number of patients narrowing may be ... Armstrong WB, Netterville JL (August 1995). "Anatomy of the larynx, trachea, and bronchi". Otolaryngol. Clin. North Am. 28 (4 ...
*  Respiratory tract
... bronchi. Each of these bronchi branch into secondary (lobar) bronchi that branch into tertiary (segmental) bronchi that branch ... lobar bronchus (diameter approximately 1 cm) segmental bronchus (diameter 4.5 to 13 mm)subsegmental bronchus (diameter 1 to 6 ... It branches off into two bronchial tubes, a left and a right main bronchus. The bronchi branch off into smaller sections inside ... It continues down the bronchi and bronchioles, which it completely encircles. Instead of hard cartilage, the bronchi and ...
*  Lung cancer
Most cases arise in the larger airways (primary and secondary bronchi). Sixty to seventy percent have extensive disease (which ... Adler, I (1912). Primary Malignant Growths of the Lungs and Bronchi. New York: Longmans, Green, and Company. OCLC 14783544. OL ... If cancer growth blocks a short section of bronchus, brachytherapy (localized radiotherapy) may be given directly inside the ... Edwards, AT (1946). "Carcinoma of the Bronchus". Thorax. 1 (1): 1-25. doi:10.1136/thx.1.1.1. PMC 1018207 . PMID 20986395. ...
*  Timeline of lung cancer
Adler, I (1912). Primary Malignant Growths of the Lungs and Bronchi. New York: Longmans, Green, and Company. OCLC 14783544. OL ...
*  Tracheobronchial injury
... or that a bronchus has collapsed, obscuring more distal (lower) bronchi from view. Chest x-ray is the initial imaging technique ... If a bronchus is torn all the way around, the lung may collapse outward toward the chest wall (rather than inward, as it ... The bronchi split into smaller branches and then to bronchioles that supply air to the alveoli, the tiny air-filled sacs in the ... The trachea and bronchi form the tracheobronchial tree. The trachea is situated between the lower end of the larynx and the ...
*  Timeline of United States discoveries
Adler, I. A. (1980). "Primary Malignant Growth of the Lung and Bronchi". CA Cancer J Clin. A Cancer Journal for Clinicians. 30 ...
*  History of smoking
Adler I. Primary malignant growths of the lungs and bronchi. New York: Longmans, Green; 1912., cited in Spiro SG, Silvestri GA ... "Primary Malignant Growth of the Lung and Bronchi". (1912) New York, Longmans, Green. pp. 3-12. Reprinted (1980) by A Cancer ...
*  Lung
The lobar bronchi branch into tertiary bronchi also known as segmental bronchi and these supply air to the further divisions of ... The trachea and bronchi have plexuses of lymph capillaries in their mucosa and submucosa. The smaller bronchi have a single ... The main or primary bronchi enter the lungs at the hilum and initially branch into secondary bronchi also known as lobar ... The bronchi in the conducting zone are reinforced with hyaline cartilage in order to hold open the airways. The bronchioles ...
*  Germ layer
... bronchi, and air cells of the lungs; the urinary bladder and part of the urethra; and the follicle lining of the thyroid gland ...
*  Gastrin-releasing peptide
Baraniuk JN, Lundgren JD, Shelhamer JH, Kaliner MA (1992). "Gastrin releasing peptide (GRP) binding sites in human bronchi". ...
*  Geotrichosis
Colonization of the bronchi can be associated with Candida albicans and usually occur with patients with chronic obstructive ... Geotrichum candidum grows in the lumen of the bronchi. The disease is characterized as an endobronchial infection. Bronchial ...
*  Tracheal tumor
"Imaging of tumors of the trachea and central bronchi". Radiol. Clin. North Am. 47 (2): 227-41. doi:10.1016/j.rcl.2008.11.010. ...
*  Bronchomalacia
There is collapse of a main stem bronchus on exhalation. If the trachea is also involved the term tracheobronchomalacia (TBM) ... Bronchomalacia can best be described as a birth defect of the bronchus in the respiratory tract. Congenital malacia of the ... Bronchomalacia means 'floppiness' of some part of the bronchi. Patients present with noisy breathing and/or wheezing. ...