The lung was not yet attacked, but the bronchial tubes were affected.
The juice is prescribed in doses of 30–60 grams in bronchial catarrh.
Auscultation revealed a diminished respiratory murmur, and bronchial expiration in both lungs.
But you know it seems that I really had the beginning of some bronchial trouble.
The oesophageal, bronchial and pericardiac branches are sufficiently described by their names.
How are you, Mr. Tomlinson—no return of that bronchial annoyance, eh?
Even without any deformity the rachitical process is accompanied from an early time with bronchial and tracheal catarrh.
This worm makes its home in the windpipe and bronchial tubes.
The bleeding was from a bronchial tube,—so I have to be careful about getting cold.
Coughs and bronchial trouble are very common among the Indians.
bronchial bron·chi·al (brŏng'kē-əl)
Relating to the bronchi, the bronchial tubes, or the bronchioles.