Ch 22: Lab Prac 3a: Pt 1 Resp MODELS
pharyngeal tonsil (adenoid)
nasopharynx (opening to eustachian tube)
What is the superior yellow area called?
oropharynx (think: where the OOOpenings are)
What is the middle, blue region called?
What is the inferior, dark orange area called?
thyroid cartilage (larynx)
What is at black arrow?
What is big tube at yellow arrow?
What is whole area between pointers?
superior concha (turbinate)
What is at blue arrow?
inferior concha (turbinate)
What is the whole structure the pointer is on?
What is at middle blue arrow? (groove)
What thin structure lines (covers) the area between the pointers?
internal nares (choanae)
What is area at yellow arrows? (the two openings that the nasal cavity 'communicates' with the pharynx
Name the tube
What are colored structures?
What is name of whole structure between fingers?
glottis (the vocal folds AND the space between them i.e. the rima glottidis)
What is everything within the yellow oval? (includes the brown structures AND the hole)
thyrohyoid membrane (really a ligament)
What is red arrow on?
what are pointy structures probes are on?
What is at the red arrow?
true vocal cords (vocal folds)
left lung, oblique fissure
Is this the right or left lung? AND what is the diagonal line?
middle lobe (of right lung)
What is the name of this area?
horizontal fissure (of right lung)
What is the name for this line?
superior lobe (of left lung)
What area is pointer on?
cardiac notch (of left lung)
What is name of dent pointer is in?
bifurcation of trachea
What is this area called where the tube first branches?
____ of ____ (tissue)
mediastinal (medial) surface
What are these areas called?
What are the individual, white, bubble-like structures?
apex (of the lungs)
What is this region of the lungs called?
tertiary segmental bronchi
What is this?
What are the second smallest bronchioles called?
What do the tertiary segmental bronchi lead into?
What are the largest bronchioles called?
What do alveolar ducts lead into?