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5 Matching questions

  1. dyspnea
  2. alveolar
  3. ox
  4. emia
  5. thoracentesis
  1. a pertaining to (-ar) the microscopic air sacs (alveoli) at the end of the bronchioles
  2. b Insertion of a nedle between the ribs and into the pleural space.
  3. c Dificult or painful respirations; this can be due to exertion or pathological condition or injury.
  4. d oxygen
  5. e blood condition

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. pleura pertaining to (-itic) an inflamation of the pleura
  2. A surgical incision that opens the chest for diagnostic or therapeutic purposes.
  3. bronchus (plural, bronchi) involuntary contraction or twitching (-spasm) of the smooth muscle in the bronchi This condition causes narrowing of the airway and occurs in asthnma and bronchitis
  4. surgical repair (-plasty) of the nose to correct an anatomic defect or for cosmetic purposes
  5. Accumulation of fluid in the alveoli and interstitial spaces; most common cause is left sided congestive heart failure.

5 True/False questions

  1. apneawithout

          

  2. auscultationuse of the stethoscope to listen to sounds within the body, especially in the chest neck and abdomen; used to detect crackels or wheezes in the lungs, pleural rubs, and other physiological phenomena.

          

  3. lobectomylobe excision (-ectomy) of a lobe of any organ or gland

          

  4. ortho orthopneastraight labored breathing (-pnea) that occurs when lying flat and is relieed by sitting up one of the classic symptoms of ventricular heart failure

          

  5. internal respirationthe exchange of gases between the bloodstream and the cells at the cell level