broncho-, bronch-, bronchi-, bronchio-
(Greek: windpipe or one of the two large branches of the trachea, the tube in air-breathing vertebrates that conducts air from the throat to the bronchi, strengthened by incomplete rings of cartilage)
Hemorrhage from the bronchi; bronchorrhagia.
bronchus (s), bronchi (pl)
One of the two large branches of the trachea or both of them.
The trachea proper terminates at the level of the fourth thoracic vertebra.
Inflammation of the larynx, trachea, and bronchi; the acute form is the most common cause of croup [an acute viral disease of childhood, marked by a resonant barking cough, suffocative and difficult breathing, and laryngeal spasm].
Endoscopic examination of the larynx, trachea, and bronchi.
Adjacent to or surrounding a bronchus.
Adjacent to or surrounding a bronchiole.
Inflammation of the tissues surrounding the bronchioles.
Inflammaton of the tissues surrounding the bronchi.
Pertaining to the trachea and bronchi, denoting especially a set of lymph nodes.