bronchi bronchi


  • (n) either of the two main branches of the trachea


  1. It had been tailored to fit, with the bronchi cut short.
  2. In such cases, doctors have a standard treatment: with the baby held head down, they suck fluids out of his nose, mouth, throat and bronchi, and give oxygen.
  3. They reasoned that while it is hard to get test fluid containing cancer cells out of the lungs or bronchi, there are likely to be some in a patient's mucus.


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