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Correct spelling: bronchial

Common misspellings:

brocholi, byrchall, brochlii, br9nchial, chroncially, b4onchial, brlnchial, brojchial, nronchial, bronchis, br0nchial, torenchal, bromchial, broccholi, broncial, bronchiles, broncgial, benecial, bfonchial, bronvhial, b5onchial, torential, beneicial, ironcially, brochial, benicial, brownlish, bdonchial, hronchial, bronchical, bronchii, beonchial, bronfhial, bronchialor, brobchial, gronchial, brondhial, brknchial, bronxhial, orential, btonchial, brpnchial, botancial, brocholli, brownmiller, princial, bronchieas, vronchial, brohchial, bronchiolitis.

Examples of usage:

  1. A cough is an effort of nature to bring up any secretion from the lining membrane of the lungs, or from the bronchial tubes, hence it ought not to be interfered with.  Advice to a Mother on the Management of her Children by Pye Henry Chavasse
  2. She had bronchial pneumonia and it carried her off, having always been delicate and with more troubles to bear than she could stand, poor thing.  Cy Whittaker's Place by Joseph C. Lincoln
  3. Owing to the disturbed sleep, to imperfect oxygenation of the blood, and to frequent attacks of nasal and bronchial catarrh, the child's nutrition is interfered with, and he becomes languid and backward at his lessons.  Manual of Surgery Volume Second: Extremities--Head--Neck. Sixth Edition. by Alexander Miles Alexis Thomson
  4. On the following day, Doctor Bianchon allowed the Baroness to go down into the garden, after examining Lisbeth, who had been obliged to keep to her room for a month by a slight bronchial attack.  Cousin Betty by Honore de Balzac
  5. Bessy had had a bad morning: the bronchial symptoms which had developed a day or two before had greatly increased her distress, and there had been, at dawn, a moment of weakness when it seemed that some pitiful power was about to defeat the relentless efforts of science.  The Fruit of the Tree by Edith Wharton