Translation of bronchial in Spanish:


bronquial, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈbrɑŋkiəl//ˈbrɒŋkɪəl/


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    (disease/artery) bronquial
    bronchial asthma (with masculine article in the singular) asma bronquial feminine
    • The discoloration can also occur in nasal, bronchial mucosa, fingernails and toenails.
    • Histamine release produces increased bronchial tone in the lungs and vasodilation in the skin.
    • He said Mr Nutton died from bronchial pneumonia and a neurological disorder known as Binswanger's Disease.
    • In humans, the presence of asthma is associated with an increase in DC numbers in the bronchial mucosa.
    • Vascular and bronchial connections to surrounding tissue were evaluated at surgery.
    • Some of the mineral dusts can directly translocate into the bronchial mucosa without the help of macrophages.
    • This suggests progressive bronchial and/or arterial disease in the infants.
    • Pulmonary as well as bronchial arterial angiography did not identify any irregularity.
    • We observed that hypoxia is a common event in the mucosal capillary blood of bronchial tumors.
    • It runs the entire length of the bronchial tree and forms an extensive submucosal bronchial plexus.
    • Bleeding occurs most often from erosion of a bronchial artery and rarely from major pulmonary vessels.
    • It then continues cranialward to bifurcate into an appropriate intercostal and a right bronchial artery.
    • Small bronchial arterial branches to the left upper lobe were ligated.
    • Instances also occur of two distinct bronchial arteries for each lung.
    • The lungs receive blood from the pulmonary and bronchial arterial systems.
    • These potent chemicals dilate blood vessels and constrict bronchial air passages.
    • They reduce mucosal oedema and bronchial hyperreactivity thus relieving acute symptoms and preventing structural damage to the lungs.
    • On the other hand, melatonin reportedly induced contraction of bovine bronchial smooth muscle.
    • The distal bronchial lumen often ends abruptly because the smaller bronchi are plugged with mucus.
    • The medical term for lung cancer is bronchial carcinoma.