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(commonly known as throat) what is the passageway that extend from the base of the skull to the level of the sixth cervical vertebra? Pharynx
(commonly known as the voice box) what is the passageway for air between the pharynx above and the trachea below? Larynx
(commonly known as the windpipe) what is the main airway to the lungs? Trachea
Which side of the lung is (shorter, broader) and divides into 3 lobes? Right Lung
Which side of the the lung is (longer, narrower) and divides into 2 lobes? Left Lung
What are air-filled cavities in the frontal, maxillary, ethmoidal, and sphenoidal? Paranasal sinuses
What is used to measure respiratory volumes and capacities? Spirometer
Atmospheric pressure, Intra Alveolar pressure, and Intra pleural pressure are responsible for? Pulmonary Ventilation
Created by: Graceangelina