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A & P Chapter 7

A & P 7

QuestionAnswer
name the parts of the upper airway mouth, nasal cavity, and oral cavity
name the parts of the lower airway larynx, trachea, bronchi, bronchioles, alveoli
what is a hemothorax a colection of blood in the plural space
what is a hemopneumothorax a colection of air and blood in the plural space.
What is a pneumothorax a collection of air in the plural space
What branches off of the aorta and supply the lung tissues themselves with blood bronchial arteries
what is the process of moving air into and out of the lungs ventilation
the amount of air that is inspired during normal inhalation tidal volume
the amount of air that remains in the repiratory passages after a forcefull expiration residual volume
What is the process by which a gas dissolves in a liquid diffusion
where is the respiratory center located medulla oblongata
Created by: klindley