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Anatomy

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QuestionAnswer
inflammation of the pleurae, making breathing painful pleurisy
air sac in the lungs alveoli
covering of lung surface visceral pleura
covers walls of thoracic cavity parietal pleura
slitlike passage way between vocal folds glottis
procedure which air in person's own lungs is used to "pop out" or expel an obstructing piece of food heimlich maneuver
windpipe; larynx to bronchi trachea
pair of folds formed by part of mucus membrane of larynx; vibrate with expelled air vocal or true vocal cords
inflammation of the larynx laryngitis
inflammation and swelling of the tonsils tonsillitis
muscular passageway; throat pharynx
inflamed sinuses sinusitis
inflammation of mucous membrane of nose rhinitis
largest of hyaline cartilages and shield shaped; protrudes anteriorly; commonly called Adam's apple thyroid cartilage
cartilaginous organ located between the trachea and the pharynx; voice box larynx
Created by: abbiemech