The lung was not yet attacked, but the bronchial tubes were affected.
This worm makes its home in the windpipe and bronchial tubes.
To all these branches the general name of bronchial tubes is given.
With the toning of the brain through rest, a catarrh of the bronchial tubes is certainly curable in most cases.
The mucous membrane of the bronchial tubes was thickened, and slightly ulcerated.
Both Mona and Geoffrey are deaf to the pathetic appeal sent straight from his bronchial tubes.
The cells, or cavities, that line the air passages and air sacs at the ends of the bronchial tubes.
When death has resulted from ammonia, signs of inflammation are usually found in the larynx and bronchial tubes.
Thus, we may observe various grades of inflammation and ulceration of the larynx, trachea, and bronchial tubes.
These occupied the bronchial tubes, and were characterised by my informant as the most deadly of all.
bronchial tube n.
Any of the smaller divisions of the bronchi of the lung.