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Nasopharyngeal lymphatic tissue: A. adenoids B visceral pleura c. paranasal sinuses D. epiglottis A. adenoids Adenoids are nasopharyngeal lymphatic tissue.
Air sac in the lung: A. alveolus B. bronchiole C, bronchus D. cilia A. alveolus Alveolus are air sacs in the lungs.
Muscle separating the chest and abdomen that contracts and relaxes to make breathing possible: A. glottis B. epiglottis C. diaphragm D. mediastinum C. diaphragm The diaphragm muscle separates the chest and abdomen and contracts and relaxes to make breathing possible.
Lid-like piece of cartilage that covers the larynx, preventing food from entering the larynx and trachea during swallowing: A. pleura B. glottis C. cilia D. epiglottis D. epiglottis The epiglottis is a lid like piece of cartilage that covers the larynx.
The voice box: A. pharynx B. larynx C. trachea D. epiglottis B. larynx The Larynx is your voice box.
The throat: A. pharynx B. larynx C. trachea D. epiglottis A. pharynx The pharynx is your throat.
The windpipe: A. pharynx B. larynx C. trachea D. epiglottis C. trachea The trachea is your windpipe.
Double-layered membrane surrounding each lung: A. pleura B. pleural cavity C. pulmonary parenchyma D. hilum A. pleura The pleura is your double layer, membrane surrounding each of your lungs.
A combining form for carbon dioxide: A. coni/o B. cyan/o C. ox/o D. capn/o D. capn/o Capn/o = carbon dioxide
The combining form for dust: A. coni/o B. cyan/o C. ox/o D. capn/o A. coni/o coni/o = dust
The combing form for voice box: A. trache/o B. laryng/o C. bronch/o D. pharyng/o B. laryng/o laryng/o = voice box
The combining form for throat: A. trache/o B. laryng/o C. bronch/o D. pharyng/o D. pharyng/o pharyng/o=voice
A combining form for lung: A. pneum/o B. ox/o C. spir/o D. laryng/o A. pneum/o pneum/o = lung
A combing form for nose: A. sinus/o B. ox/o C. rhin/o D. adenoid/o C. rhin/o rhin/o = nose
The combining form for breathing: A. spir/o B. pleur/o C. capn/o D. pulmon/o A. spir/o spir/o = breathing
The suffix that means smell: A. -ema B. -pnea C. -ptysis D. -osmia D. -osmia -osmia = smell
The suffix that means breathing: A. -pnea B. ptysis C. -osmia D. -sphyxia A. -pnea -pnea = breathing
Listening to sounds within the body: A. auscultation B. percussion C. pleural rub D. pertussis A. auscultation auscultation the sounds of the body.
Fine crackling sounds heard on auscultation when bronchi are obstructed by sputum: A. rales B. rhonchi C. stridor D. wheezes A. rales Obstruction of sputum creates fine crackling sounds when heard during auscultation.
Material expelled from the bronchi, lungs, or upper respiratory tract by spitting: A. sputum B. pertussis C. asthma D. croup A. sputum Sputum is expelled from the bronchi by spitting.
Acute viral infection of infants and children with obstruction of the larynx, barking cough, and stridor: A. pertussis B. epistaxis C. diphtheria D. croup D. croup Croup is a acute viral infection of infants and children with obstruction of the larynx, barking cough, and stridor.
Nosebleed: A. pertussis B. epistaxis C. diphtheria D. croup B. epistaxis epistaxis = nosebleed
Whooping cough: A. pertussis B. epistatxis C. diphtheria D. croup A pertussis pertussis = whooping cough
Chronic dilation of a bronchus secondary to infection: A. chronic bronchitis B. cystic fibrosis C. bronchiectasis D. atelectasis C. bronchiectasis bronchiectasis = chronic dilation of a bronchus secondary to infection.
Large collection of pus (bacterial infection) in the lungs: A. pulmonary abscess B. pulmonary edema C. pulmonary embolism D. pulmonary fibrosis A. pulmonary abscess pulmonary abscess is a bacterial infection, large collection of pus in the lungs.
Collapsed lung; incomplete expansion of alveoli: A. bronchiectasis B. pertussis C. atelectasis D. pneumoconiosis C. atelectasis Atelectasis is the incomplete expansion of alveoli; collapsed lung.
Hyperinflation of air sacs with destruction of alveolar walls: A. emphysema B. pneumoconiosis C. pneumonia D. atelectasis A. emphysema Emphysema is air sacs that are hyperinflated, causing the destruction of alveolar walls.
White blood cell (WBC) with reddish granules; number increase in allergic reactions: A. Lymphocyte B. Eosinophil C. Neutrophil D. Erythrocyte E. Basophil B. Eosinophil During a allergic reaction Eosinophil will increase in number.
Protein threads that form the basis of a clot: A. Fibrinogen B. Globulin C. Hemoglobin D. Thrombin E. Fibrin E. Fibrin Fibrin threads form the basis of a clot made of protein.
Method of separating out plasma proteins by electrical charge: A. Plasmapheresis B. Hemolysis C. Electrophoresis D. Coagulation time E. Leukapheresis C. Electrophoresis Electrophoresis, is a method of separating out plasma proteins by electrical charge.
Foreign material that invades the body: A. Neutrophils B. Macrophages C. Antibodies D. Antigens E. Granulocytes D. Antigens Antigens are invades, foreign material invaders to the body.
Pigment produced from hemoglobin when red blood cells are destroyed. A. Serum B. Albumin C. Globulin D. Plasma E. Bilirubin E. Bilirubin Bilirubin pigment, produced from hemoglobin when red blood cells are destroyed.
Undifferentiated blood cell: A. Granulocyte B. Segmented cell C. Hematopoietic stem cell D. Thrombocyte E. Lymphocyte C. Hematopoietic stem cell Hematopoietic stem cell is a undifferentiated blood cell.
Anticoagulant found in the blood: A. Heparin B. Prothrombin C. Thrombin D. Gamma globulin E. Vitamin B12 A. Heparin Heparin is found in your blood, and is a anticoagulant.
Disorder of red blood cell morphology: A. Multiple myeloma B. Poikilocytosis C. Monocytosis D. Acute myelocytic leukemia E. Hemochromatosis B. Poikilocytosis Poikilocytosis is irregularity in the shape of red blood cells. Occurs in certain types of anemia.
Deficiency in numbers of WBCs: A. Neutropenia B. Hypochromia C. Leukocytois D. Chronic lymphocytic leukemia E. Spherocytosis
Immature red blood cell: A. Thrombocyte B Monoblast C. Segmented D. Erythroblast e. Megakaryoblast D. Erythroblast Erythroblast = immature red blood cell
Derived from bone marrow: A. Myeloid B. Thrombocytopenic C. Granulocytopenic D. Polymorphonuclear E. Phagocytic A. Myeloid Myeloid is to be derived from bone marrow.
Breakdown of recipient's red blood cells when incompatible bloods are mixed: A. Erythrocytosis B. Hemolysis C. Embolism D. Anticoagulation E. Erythropoiesis B. Hemolysis Hemolysis is the breakdown of recipients red blood cells when incompatible bloods are mixed.
Condition associated with sideropenia, causing deficient production of hemoglobin: A. pernicious anemia B. Iron deficiency anemia C. Aplastic anemia D. Hemolytic anemia E. Thalassemia
Reduction in red cells due to excessive cell destruction: A. Pernicious anemia B. Iron deficiency anemia C. Aplastic anemia D. Hemolytic anemia E. Thalassemia D. Hemolytic anemia Hemolytic anemia occurs when excessive cell destruction causes a reduction of red cells.
Failure of blood cell production due to absence of formation of cells in the bone marrow: A. Pernicious anemia B. Iron deficiency anemia C. Aplastic anemia D. Hemolytic anemia ******* occurs when blood cells fail to form in the bone marrow.
Inherited defect in ability to produce hemoglobin: ******* is a inherited defect in hemoglobin production.
Tubes that branch from the windpipe (trachea): A. alveoli B. bronchioles c. adenoids D. bronchi D. bronchi Bronchi are tubes that branch from the trachea.
Region between the lungs in the chest: A. pleura B. peritoneum C. mediastinum D. lobe 1 1
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