The subepithelial structure of the normal bronchial tree consists mainly of cartilage rings, longitudinal and circular muscular folds, and subepithelial vessels. These vessels were observed through the transparent epithelium, which was covered with a mucosal layer, and were thought to form a venous network in the subepithelial layer of the bronchus. Many ramifying microvessels were […]

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