Origin of air passage
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Breathing through a tube, if continued for a long time, interferes with the natural growth of the air-passage above it.
The pus may burst into the cellular tissue of the neck, or into the air-passage or the œsophagus.
These are drawn from the mouth into the air-passage during a sudden inspiratory effort, for example while laughing or sneezing.
The commonest causes are a wound of some air-passage, or a penetrating wound of the chest wall without injury to the lung.
Pressure on the thoracic veins and on the air-passage causes cyanosis and dyspnœa.Manual of Surgery|Alexis Thomson and Alexander Miles