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The Respiratory System (Chapter 7)
The heart, aorta, esophagus, and trachea are located in the ___________.
The __________ acts as a lid over the entrance to the esophagus.
The innermost layer of a pleura is known as the ________ ______.
The _______ sinuses are located just above the eyes.
The smallest divisions of the bronchial tree are the ___________.
During respiration, the exchange of gases takes place through the walls of the _______.
The term meaning spitting blood or blood-stained sputum is __________.
Grinder's disease is the lay term for _________.
The term _________ means an abnormally rapid rate of respiration.
The term meaning any vocie impairment is _________.
first division of the pharynx
second division of the pharynx
third division of the pharynx
The exchange of gases within the cells of the body is known as ________.
The term that describes the lung disease caused by cotton, flax, or hemp dust is __________.
The form of pneumonia that can be prevented through vaccination is _________ pneumonia.
The term commonly known as shortness of breath is _______.
The emergency procedure to gain access below a blocked airway is called a ___________.
The thick mucus secreted by the tissues that line the respiratory passages is called ______.
The medical term meaning an accumulation of pus in the pleural cavity is _______.
the medical name for the disease commonly known as the whooping cough is _________.
The medical term for the condition commonly known as TB is ____________.
One of the terms used to describe the common cold is _______________.
upper respiratory infection
sudden infant death syndrome
acute respiratory distress syndrome
The term meaning the act of drawing a foreign substance into the upper respiratory tract is __________.
The term meaning abnormally rapid deep breathing is ________________.
The term meaning the surgical repair of the trachea is _____________.
The diaphragm is relaxed during __________.
Durign a/an ______ attack, the muscles of the airways contract.
The term meaning an absence of spontaneous respiration is _____.
The sudden spasmodic closure of the larynx is a/an ____________.
The term meaning the escape of fluid into a body cavity is ________.
The term meaning pain in the pleura or side is _________.
The term meaning bleeding from the lungs is ______________.
lay term for black lung disease
stimulate the diaphragm and cause it to contract
administered to prevent or relieve coughing
term meaning surgical creation of a stoma into the trachea to insert a breathing tube
chronic allergic disorder characterized by episodes of severe breathing difficulty, coughing, and wheezing
a contraction of the smooth muscle in the walls of the bronchi and bronchioles that tighten and squeeze the airway shut
an excessive discharge of mucus from the bronchi
visible when looking at the back of the mouth
measures physiological activity during sleep and is most often performed to detect nocturnal defects in breathing associated with sleep apnea
bleeding from the lungs
Baby Jamison was born with _________.This is a genetic disorder in which lungs are clogged with large quantities of abnormally thick mucus
Dr. Lee surgically removed a portion of the lung. this procedure is known as a
during his asthma attacks, Nelson uses an inhlaer containing a _________. this medication expands the opening of the passages into the lungs
when hit during a fight, roper's nose started to bleed. the medical term for this condition
accumulation of blood in the pleural cavity
surgical repair of the nasal septum
Coleman required the permanent replacement of a breathing tube. the procedure for the placement of this tube is called
inflammation of the pleura that causes pleurodynia, is known as
the substance ejected through the mouth and used for diagnostic purposes in respiratory disorders
term meaning bluish discoloration of the skin caused by a lack of adequate oxygen
medical term meaning sudden spasmodic closure of the larynx
pattern of alternating periods of rapid breathing, slow