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Tubes that bifurcate from the windpipe

BRONCHI

UPPERMOST PORTION OF THE LUNG

APEX

SPACE BETWEEN THE LUNGS IN THE CHEST

MEDIASTINUM

nasopharyngeal lymphatic tissue

adenoids

pulmonary parenchyma

alveoli and bronchioles

removal of the voice box

laryngectomy

phren/o

diaphragm

medical term for condition of decreased oxygen in blood

hypoxemia

type of pneumoconiosis

asbestosis

breathing easier in an upright position

orthopnea

collection of pus in the pleural cavity

pyothorax

sharp, short blows to the surface of the chest

percussion

the P in DPT stands for

pertussis

stridor occurs in which upper respiratory disorder

croup

difficult breathing

dyspnea

bronchial airway obstruction marked by dyspnea wheezing and cough

asthma

collapsed lung

atelectasis

material is expelled from lung

expectoration

localized area of pus formation in the lungs

pulmonary abscess

spitting up blood from the lungs

hemoptysis

tube is placed through the mouth to the trachea

endotracheal intubation

ppd

tuberculin test

airway obstruction associated with emphysema and chronic bronchitis

COPD

which of the following is an endoscopic exam

bronchoscopy

hypercapnia

high carbon dioxide levels in the blood

branches of the windpipe that lead to the lungs are

bronchi

region between the lungs

mediastinum

collections of lymph tissues in the oropharynx are the

palatine tonsils

air sacs in the lungs

alveoli

outer fold of the pleura lying close to the ribs

parietal pleura

thin hairs

cilia

voice box

laryn x

middle region where bronchi blood vessels and nerves enter and exit lungs is the

hilum

air containing cavitites in the bones around the nose

paranasal sinuses

lid like piece that covers voice box

epiglottis

gas produced by cells and exhaled through the lungs

carbon dioxide

divisions of the lungs are

lobes

essential cells of the lung performs the main function

parenchyma

breathing air is

inspirtation

bronchiectasis

weaking of the bronchail wall

anosmia

no smell

phrenic

diaphragm

pneumothorax

air in the pleural cavity

excessice carbon dioxide in the blood

hypercapnia

spitting up blood

hemoptysis

hoarseness voice impairment

dysphonia

breathing is possible only sitting up

orthopnea

nosebleed

epistasis

purulent

containing pus

rales

crackeling noises fluid in the alveoli

auscultation

listening to body sounds

pulmonary infarction

death of lung tissue

hyperinflation of air sacs wiht destruction of alveolar walls

emphysema

inflammation of tubes leading from trachea

chronic bronchitis

spasm and narrowing of bronchi

asthma

lung collapse

atelectasis

malignant neoplasm in bronchus

bronchogenic carcinoma

whooping cough

pertussis

inherited disease of exocrine glands

cystic fibrosis

type of pneumoconiosis

asbestosis

adenoid hypertrophy

large tonsils

tachypnea

fast breathing

pleurodynia

chest pain

pulmonary embolism

clot in lungs

pulmonary edema

fluid in air sacs

pulmonary abscess

large collection of pus in lungs

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