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Chapter 12

Resp system

Incision of the chest Thoracotomy*
Collapsed lung atelectasis*
Rod-shaped bacteris bacilli*
Collection of pus abscess*
Surgical repair of the nose rhinoplasty
Tubes that birurcate from the windpipe Bronchi
Uppermost portion of the lung Apex
Space between the lungs in the chest Mediastiinum
Nasopharyngeal lymphatic Adenoids
Pulmonary parenchyma Alveoli and bronchioles
Removal of the voice box Laryngectomy
Phren/o Diaphragm
medical term for a condition of decreased oxygen in the blood Hypoxemia
Type of pneumoconiosis Asbestosis
Breathing is easier in an upright position Orthopnea
Collection of pus in the pleural cavity Pyothroax
Sharp, short blows to the surface of the chest Percussion
The "P" in DPT stands for Percussion
Stridor occurs in which upper respiratory disorder Croup
Difficult breathing Dyspnea
Bronchial airway obstruction marked by paroxysmal dyspnea, wheezing, and cough Asthama
Collapsed Lung Atelectasis
Material is expelled from the lungs Expectoration
Localized area of pus formation in the lungs Pulmonary abscess
Spitting up blood from the lungs Hemoptysis
Created by: SISUMOM2