Term of the day : "Pig Bronchus"
A true tracheal bronchus is any bronchus originating from the trachea, usually within 2 cm of the carina and up to 6 cm from the carina (27–28). When the entire right upper lobe bronchus is displaced on the trachea, it is also called a “pig bronchus” and has a reported frequency of 0.2%.
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Term of the day : "Pig Bronchus" Reviewed by Sumer Sethi on Wednesday, December 07, 2011 Rating: