Bio-frequency → Bronchiectasis (chronic dilatation of the bronchi)
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|Name||Bronchiectasis (chronic dilatation of the bronchi)|
|Frequencies by Rife, Hz||One of the frequencies or sequentially: 342, 510, 778|
|Description||Bronchiectasis is an irreversible enlargement of the bronchus as a result of damage to the bronchial wall. Bronchiectasis is the result of many conditions that directly or indirectly cause damage to the bronchial wall, while violating its stability.Bronchoectasis can occur along the entire length or in one separate section of the bronchi. Usually it develops in bronchuses of medium size, but often affects smaller ones, which are located below.There is a kind of bronchiectasis that affects large bronchi. Such bronchiectasis occurs with allergic bronchopulmonary aspergillosis, which in turn induces an immune reaction to a fungal infection|
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