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Respiratory

Repiratory, Gen A&P WWTC LAX
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nostrils
(Upper Respiratory)
External nares
above hard palet
(Upper Respiratory)
nasal cavity
divides left & right sides
(Upper Respiratory)
nasal septum
folds in nasal cavity
(Upper Respiratory)
nasal conchae
narrowing in back of nose
(Upper Respiratory)
Conchae (internal nares)
Bony structure of roof of mouth
(Upper Respiratory)
Hard palate
area in back of hard palate
(Upper Respiratory)
soft palate
Punching bag in back of throat
(Upper Respiratory)
Uvula
throat region nose to uvula
(Upper Respiratory)
Nasopharynx
ear tube opening
(Upper Respiratory)
auditory tube (Eustation tube) opening
glandular tucked up on top
(Upper Respiratory)
pharyngeal tonsils (adenoids)
look back of throat -uvula to epigottis region
(Upper Respiratory)
Oropharynx
hang off uvuals back of throat
(Upper Respiratory)
palatine tonsils
tonsil below tongue
(Upper Respiratory)
lingual tonsils
epigottis to laryngopharynx
(Upper Respiratory)
laryngopharynx
Horse shoe bone atachment point for tongue
(Lower Respiratory)
Hyoid Bone
voice box
larynx
adams apple, large sheild
thyroid cartlidge
inferior to thyroid cartlidge
cricoid cartlidge
big flap, covers trachea
Epiglottic cartildge
springs on model ligiments span across larynx
true vocal folds( cords)
Space between vocal cord
(pin & tape) in pactical
Glottis
either side media stinum, houses lungs
Pleural cavities and membranes
space between parietal & visceral pleura
Pleural cavity
outside next to wall of rib cage
Parietal pleura
lining on surface of lungs
Visceral pleura
Top pointed part of lung
Apex
indented region on lungs where structures enter & leave lungs
Hilum
on bottom of lungs
Base
Left lung ___ lobes
Right lung ____ lobes
Left 2 lobes
Right 3 lobes
multicolored model can remove sections and still live
Bronchopulmanary segment
Dome shaped Muscle below heart & lungs
Diaphram
tube that serves both lungs
Trachea
Y in trachea, responsible for voilent cough
Carina
Branches of trachea, serves one lung
Primary bronchus
little branches off from primary bronchus
Secondary bronchus
each bronchus segment off primary bronchus
tertiary bronchus
(Slide) smaler tube, smooth muscle is present under microscope
Bronchiloe
(Slide) leads into alvoli
Alveolar duct
(Slide) site of gas exchange
Alveolus
Organ
Trachea
(slide) seen under microscope
hyalin cartlidge
(Slide) lined with clia
cilicated, pseudostratified columnar epithelia
(Slide) lining of trachea
cilia
(slide) clear cell insode pseudostratified columnar epithelia
goblet cell
(Slide) organ that alows us to breathe
Lung (organ)
(slide) Tube running into alveolar Duct
Bronchiole
(slide) Tube running into alveolar
alveolar duct
(slide) cell made up of simple squemus epithelia
alveolus
(Slide) single layer of cells
simple squamus epithelium