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Chronic tracheitis

The disease morphologically has 2 forms: hyperplastic and atrophic. Patients complain of a painful paroxysmal cough with an admixture of mucopurulent or purulent sputum. The pain usually radiates to the front wall of the chest.

D and a g of n about z establish on the basis of a clinic of a disease and tracheoscopy.

Treatment Along with the appointments of the therapist, they carry out activities similar to the treatment of the corresponding form of laryngitis. The disease is relatively rare.
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Chronic tracheitis

    A trachea is an unpaired organ through which air enters the lungs and vice versa (Fig. 80). The trachea has the form of a tube 9-10 cm long, somewhat compressed in the direction from front to back; its diameter is on average 15-18 mm. The basis of the trachea is 16-20 hyaline cartilaginous semirings, interconnected by annular ligaments. Trachea begins at the level of the lower edge of the VI cervical
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