Recent Examples of bronchial from the Web
Smallpox was six to seven times more prevalent among black soldiers than white, scurvy was five times higher, while lung inflammation and bronchial diseases were two to five times higher.
Lung and bronchial cancers are diagnosed in about 98 of every 100,000 people annually in Kentucky, compared with an average of 59 per 100,000 nationwide.
Katharine was pronounced dead on December 5 as a result of severe acute bronchial pneumonia, a complication of the flu virus.
Katharine had severe acute bronchial pneumonia, a complication of the virus.
In the poorest nations, the leading cause of early death was lower respiratory infections, including pneumonia and other bronchial conditions.
McCaslin died of bronchial pneumonia, dehydration and kidney failure that the Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner's Office said was brought on by multiple blunt force impacts to her head, body and extremities.
In 2015, a broken hip and a life-threatening bronchial infection added to his woes.
The doctor diagnosed him with bronchial pneumonia and directed him to take time off.
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: relating to or involving the tubes that carry air into the lungs
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