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Bronchoconstriction

Bronchoconstriction

(Science: chest medicine, physiology) The act or process of decreasing the calibre of a bronchus, bronchostenosis.


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... eye. Nose: Rhinorrhea may be the first indication of nerve agent vapor exposure. Its severity is dose dependent. Airways: Nerve agent vapor causes bronchoconstriction and increased secretions of the glands in the airways in a dose-related manner. The exposed person may feel a slight tightness in ...

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