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Human Anatomy

Vital Capacity Total volume of air that can be exhaled after maximum inhalation.
Total Lung Capacity Volume of air lungs after maximal inhalation.
Thromboplastin Substance released by platelets.
Thrombopenia Having too few platelets
Stridor Harsh, high pitched breathing sound when there is obstructions in larynx or bronchus.
Spirometry Device to measure breathing capacity of lungs.
Rhonchi Musical sound during expiration (asthma, infection, wheezing)
Rales Abnormal lung sound (whistling, dry, or wet)
Pulmonary embolism Blood clot or air bubble in pulmonary artery.
Pulmonary edema A condition, lung tissue retains excessive amount of fluid.
Prothrombin time test Measurements of time it takes for sample of blood to coagulate.
Polycythemia Vera Disease in which there is to many RBC in bone marrow.
Pneumothorax Collection of air or gas in pleural cavity.
Pneum/o Lung, air
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