The trachea is a large airway between the neck and the lungs. It is the part of the airway that is most susceptible to injury from injury to the neck. The trachea can be injured from blunt trauma, from strangulation, or from the forceful impact of a car accident.

Because the trachea has so many small openings, it is prone to injury from strangulation, blunt trauma, and sudden impacts. If the trachea is injured in any of these scenarios, it can be fatal. Tracheal injuries are more common in older people who have underlying health conditions, so they are often seen in the elderly population.

I know this is a bit of a pain to say, but the trachea is the longest and narrowest part of the windpipe that connects the lungs to the rest of the body. It’s the area that you feel when you cough or breathe through, and when you have a heart attack it’s the area that you have to save.

The trachea is also a place where you can go and not feel any pain. If you have a tracheal injury, you could go for a while and not feel anything.

There are two types of tracheal injuries. The first is an injury that heals itself. This type of injury occurs from a blow to the tracheal area, which you would feel when you cough or breathe through. The second type of injury is a strangulation injury, which occurs from a strong pressure that presses against the tracheal area. This pressure goes through the larynx and ends up causing the trachea to be compressed and swollen.

The first type of tracheal injury is the most common. When an adult’s trachea is compressed and twisted, it can create difficulties with breathing, breathing through food, and even swallowing. The second type of tracheal injury is strangulation. The trachea is compressed and then strangulated by the pressure of something else.

A trachea is a tube coming from the trachea. When it’s compressed, the trachea can be pushed further in, making it harder to breathe, and to swallow.

The trachea is a tube coming from the trachea. When its compressed, the trachea can be pushed further in, making it harder to breathe, and to swallow.

There are three main types of tracheal injuries. The third, strangulation, is caused when the pressure of something is placed on the spinal column. It is more common in children, but it can be found in adults as well. The third one is breathing through food, which is called tracheal atresia and is caused by damage to the walls of the trachea.

Also, because of the compression of the trachea you can’t actually eat.

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