Air then passes over the vocal cords in the larynx before reaching the trachea, also known as the windpipe. the trachea divides into two primary bronchi, which divide further into many. Oxygen and carbon dioxide are changed with the alveoli.
Literal interpretation of para/nasal sinuses means the air cavaites the nose
the hollow interior of the nose is seperated into right and left cavities by the
means inside(within) the nose
means behind the nose andmeans above the nose
Retro/nasal and supra/nasal
refers to the palate
is a tubular passage that carries fluid(tears) from the eye to the nasal cavity.
thelies behind the mouth
, formerly called the eustachian tube is a narrow chanel connecting the middle ear and the nasopharynx.
, also called vocal folds, are a pair of strong bands of elastic tussue with a mouthlike opening through which air passes, creating sound.
is composed of cartilage and covers the larynx during the swallowing of food.
refers to the apex, or the uppermost portion of the lung.
The depression where blood vessels enter and leave the lung is called?
surrounds the lungs
lines the walls of thoracic cavity
, which contains a thin film of pleural fluid that acts as a lubricant as the lungs expand and contract during respiration
means below the lung.
the muscular partition that separates the thoratcic and abdominal cavities, contracts and increases the size of the thoracic cavity during inspiration
radiology of the vessels?
is a photo/eletric device for determining the oxygen saturation of the blood in a pulsating capillary bed.
Abnormal sounds can be heard when a stethoscope is used to evaluate the sound of air moving in and out of the lungs. this procedure is called.
abnormally thick mucus secreted by the membranes of the respiratory passages.
is phlegm or other material that is coughed up from the lungs.
absence of spontaneous breathing is?
is labored or difficult breathing
is a condition caused by insufficient intake of oxygen
Asphyxia or asphyxiation
abnormal low level of carbon dioxide in the blood
is decreased oxygen in the blood
breathing difficult except in an upright position
is fast breathing
breathing is shallow
absense of formation or development.
is air or gas in the pleural cavity
is an accumulation of air and blood in the pleural cavity
inflammation of the pleura
in flammation of both the pleura and lungs.
is pain of the pleura.
is any disease of the lung caused by chronic inhalation of dust, usually mineral dust of either occupational or environmental origin.
is a chronic lung disease characterized by the deposit of coal dust in the lungs
characterized by overinflation and destructive changes in alveolar walls, is probably the severe COPD.
is an inherited disorder of the exocrine glands that involoves the lungs,pancreas, and sweat glands.
is an abnormal condition characterized by the collapse of all or part of a lung.
, surgical creation of an opening in the trachea, may be necessary in upper airway obstruction.
increased oxygen content of the blood
using an artificial device to assist a patient to breathe is called
is surgical puncture of the chest wall and pleural space with a needle to aspirate fluid or to obtain a specimen for biopsy
a surgical incision in the chest
is an excision of a single lobe
is an incision made into the chest wall to provide an opening for a chest tube
is plastic surgery of the nose
plastic surgery of the palate
excision of the adenoids
an is a treatment of the acts against neoplasm. these treatments are designed to kill or prevent the spread of cancer cells.
a physcian who specializes in evaluating and treating lung disorders.
are medications that prevent or treat the sumptoms of asthma
is a term that also means an agent that destroys or dissovles mucus