hairs to filter incoming air
air filled cavity within the bonce that produces mucus
voice box that produces sound
windpipe; tube through which air moves
branched airways that lead from the trachea to the microscopic air sacs called alveoli
the membrane that surrounds each lung
disease in which the tissues of the lungs lose elasticity, making breathing very difficult
difficulty producing speech sounds, usually due to hoarseness
inflammation of the pleura
accumulation of pus in the pleural cavity
coughing up blood from the respiratory tract
absence of normal breathing
abscence of oxygen in the body
subnormal oxygen in the body
agent causing narrowing of the bronchi
agent that dilates the bronchi
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