英 [trə'kiːə; 'treɪkɪə]
来自拉丁语 trachea arteria,来自希腊语 tracheia arteria,气管，字面意思为混浊的动脉道，来自 trakhys,混浊的，粗糙的，来自 PIE*dher,混浊的，词源同 dross,dregs,trachoma,arteria,动脉， 词源同 artery,动脉。
- trachea (n.)
- late 14c., from Medieval Latin trachea (13c.), as in trachea arteria, from Late Latin trachia, from Greek trakheia, in trakheia arteria "windpipe," literally "rough artery" (so called from the rings of cartilage that form the trachea), from fem. of trakhys "rough," from PIE *dhre-gh-, suffixed form of root *dher- (1). See artery for connection with windpipe in Greek science. Related: Tracheal.
- 1. An appropriate - size tube is chosen to fit the trachea.
- 2. The trachea in some patients is difficult or impossible to intubate under any circumstances.
- 3. Conclusion Saber sheath trachea is a sign of rather severe COPD.
- 4. The tumors usually arise from the main and lobar bronchi or trachea.
- 5. Besides , CDCA can increase phenolsulfonphthalein excretion quantity of trachea in mice, singnificantly.
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