English version

bronchial in Human topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbronchialbron‧chi‧al /ˈbrɒŋkiəl $ ˈbrɑːŋ-/ adjective medical  HBHaffecting the bronchial tubes a bronchial infection
Examples from the Corpus
bronchialYou know that you tend to be bronchial.Metered dose inhalers have a well established role in the management of bronchial asthma.Seizures occasionally occur in patients taking theophylline for control of bronchial asthma.The children, aged 10 and 12, constantly complain of colds, bronchial coughs and sore bones.I get a bit bronchial if I stay in London in the winter.He was presently in the grip of a bronchial infection that made it hard for him to carry on.However, in paroxysmal coughing, large amounts of bronchial mucus are often expelled, containing large numbers of larvae.In his later years, he was also to suffer from persistent bronchial trouble and emphysema exacerbated by his smoking.