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Chapter 12 test

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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