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The main theme of discussion of this sqadia.com medical video lecture is the bronchi and bronchopulmonary segments. Initially, principal and segmental bronchi along with the right and left bronchopulmonary segments and their composition has been elucidated. Additionally, root of lung and certain clinical considerations have been delineated. The latter include compression of trachea, tracheitis or bronchitis in conjunction with the inhaled foreign body and bronchoscopy.
In this lecture ´´Bronchi and Bronchopulmonary Segments´´ are explained. Section one is about ´´Bronchi´´. At first, educator talks about bronchi. After that principal bronchi are explained. Then the left principal (main) bronchus is elaborated. Following this, bifurcation of trachea is discussed. Lastly, interior of left main bronchus is elucidated.
Section two is about ''Segmental Bronchi''. In the very first slide, segmental bronchi are discussed. Next is the elucidation of total number of segmental bronchi. After that function of bronchi in respiratory system is reported. Then terminal bronchioles are pursued. Subsequently, bronchial tree is explained by the educator.
Section three is about ''Bronchopulmonary Segments''. Educator begins by explaining bronchopulmonary segments. Then elaborates composition of bronchopulmonary segment. Furthermore, right side of lung is discussed. This is followed by left side of lung. Subsequently, importance of bronchopulmonary segment is highlighted.
Characteristics of Bronchopulmonary Segments
Section four is about ''Characteristics of Bronchopulmonary Segments''. After explaining characteristics of bronchopulmonary segments, educator illustrates bronchopulmonary segment. Then main bronchopulmonary segments are discussed. Following this, right lung bronchopulmonary segments are elaborated. Subsequently, left lung bronchopulmonary segments come under consideration. Lastly, the root of lung is discussed.
Section five is about ''Clinical Considerations''. At first, compression of the trachea is elucidated. After that tracheitis or bronchitis is elaborated. Then acute bronchitis is explained. Next, inhaled foreign bodies are focused. Bronchoscopy is discussed later on. Finally, educator explains Bronchoscope.