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What does bronchi do ?

What does bronchi do ?

Bronchi: Bronchi conduct gas to gas exchanging part of lungs called alveoli. ...Read more

Bronchi (Definition)

Bronchi are the major passageways through which air passes in and out of the lung. The bronchi divide into smaller passageways to distribute air throughout the lung. It is like a system of tubes that divide and spread ...Read more


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What do bronchi do?

Bronchi: Bronchi carry air in and out of the lungs. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: bronchi?

An airway : Bronchi are the major passageways through which air passes in and out of the lung. The bronchi divide into smaller passageways to distribute air throughout the lung. It is like a system of tubes that divide and spread out through the lungs. ...Read more

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Which organelle is responsible for removing foreign materials from bronchi?

Which organelle is responsible for removing foreign materials from bronchi?

Lung lining cells: The larger bronchiole tubes and upper system are lined with cells with little, moving hairs called cilia, which constantly sweep stuff out of the lungs to the pharynx where they can be spat out or swallowed. An issue with smokers is that the toxicity of the smoke inhibits the activity of these cilia. For chronic lung issues, see your pulmonary specialist for evaluation. ...Read more

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I've bronchus pain. What can I do?

Bronchus pain: Bronchi do not normally cause pain unless they are badly inflammed - in this instance the pain is related to breathing. Please see your doctor. ...Read more

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What lines the inner wall of the bronchus?

What lines the inner wall of the bronchus?

Bronchial epithelium: Bronchial epithelium is a structure made of several layers of cells, that have different shapes and functions, such as making mucus, and clearing mucus. ...Read more

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What happens in left bronchus when the right is blocked with foreign objects?

What happens in left bronchus when the right is blocked with foreign objects?

Increased importance: All the air being breathed is vented into the left lung, which is physically separated from the right side. The first concern is that the right sided obstruction does not move into the left side also, or cause total tracheal obstruction. Place the patient on his or her right side with the left side up. While no oxygen is getting to the right side, deoxygenation will occur. ...Read more

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How can I find whether is bronchi or pneumonia?

How can I find whether is bronchi or pneumonia?

Chest xray: Often a physician can tell by examining a patient's chest whether bronchitis or pneumonia is present by listening to the lung sounds as the patient breathes in and out, but a chest x-ray is needed to confirm the presence of pneumonia. ...Read more

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Is there an image of what alveoli and bronchus look like?

Is there an image of what alveoli and bronchus look like?

Picture: See this http://en.Wikipedia.Org/wiki/file:alveoli_diagram.Png.

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What is the difference between sputum from bronchus and alveoli?

What is the difference between sputum from bronchus and alveoli?

Minimal: Since alveoli are connected to the bronchi/bronchioles the sputum in these locations are similar. Infection can occur in either location. ...Read more

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Is it possible to have a nodule and not a tumor in the bronchi

Is it  possible to have a nodule and not a tumor in the bronchi

Definition: Actually, the terms nodule and tumor are essentially synonymous. If you're asking if a brochial mass (tumor, nodule, growth, neoplasm) can be benign and not a cancer, the answer is yes. I'm sure you're in capable hands now, and the appropriate investigation will be done. Good luck. ...Read more

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What is the purpose of the cartilage rings of trachea and bronchi?

What is the purpose of the cartilage rings of trachea and bronchi?

Support: The tracheal and bronchial cartilage rings help support air exchange as you breathe in and out and the lungs inflate and deflate. Prevents collapse and obstruction with exhalation. ...Read more

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Similarties of bronchiole and bronchus of the lung?

Similarties of bronchiole and bronchus of the lung?

Cartilage: The term bronchus is generally reserved for describing large central airways lined by cartilage. A bronchiole is a microscopicl airway, without cartilage lining. ...Read more

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What would happen if theres too much smooth muscle in bronchi?

What would happen if theres too much smooth muscle in bronchi?

Asthma: This is a common finding in asthma and probably is part of the reason that the airways squeeze shut too readily. ...Read more

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What to do about hyperactive bronchi after bronchitis? It has lasted for over 3 months now.

What to do about hyperactive bronchi after bronchitis? It has lasted for over 3 months now.

It's something else: If you were treated with antibiotics and no longer coughing out material, the bronchitis is gone. You could have a spring/summer seasonal allergic asthma. Consider treating with antihistamines (like Zyrtec) and inhalers (like Ventolin) daily to see if you can calm your inflamed, irritated lungs. ...Read more

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I have tenacious sputum in bronchi, lungs.Is there any harbal or domestic remedies to expel it out?

Sputum: That tenacious sputum is there for a reason, do you smoke? Are you out of breath? You need to have a medical evaluation, you may be having asthma and this can cause of lot of sputum and no home remedy can control it. Your stuffy nose can also cause you to have post nasal drip. You should see a doctor. ...Read more

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I have a burning itching sensation in my lower bronchus when i cough but I am not producing sputum, what could it be ?

I have a burning itching sensation in my lower bronchus when i cough but I am not producing sputum, what could it be ?

Possibilities...: You may have bronchospasm and/or airway inflammation. This can be treated with bronchodilator and steroid inhalers. You also need to quit smoking to decrease airway inflammation and your doctor can also help with this. See your doctor for diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more

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Docs asks me take prednisolon alternova(10mg) for bronchi inflammed.2 tablets/day, for 8 days. Is the medicine not too strong/is it common for inflamme?

Docs asks me take prednisolon alternova(10mg) for bronchi inflammed.2 tablets/day, for 8 days. Is the medicine not too strong/is it common for inflamme?

Re evaluation: Your infection was mostly likely related to a viral infection which can trigger lung inflammation and wheezing. During your illness, using albuterol and an anti inflammatory agent will help to manage your symptoms. If the inhaled steroid is not controlling the flare up, oral prednisone is used for a short period of time. I usually recommend five days with a re evaluation. The dose should be fine. ...Read more

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