Gross widening of the trachea and main bronchi, usually congenital. SYN: Mounier-Kuhn syndrome. [tracheo- + bronchus + G. megas, large]

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tra·cheo·bron·cho·meg·a·ly (tra″ke-o-brong″ko-megґə-le) great enlargement of the lumen of the trachea and the larger bronchi, a rare, usually congenital condition. Called also Mounier-Kuhn syndrome.

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