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NSCC Pulm Anatomy

Type II alveolar cells produce this. Surfactant
This cell in the alveolus helps in preventing infection. alveolar macrophage
Opening for collateral ventilation between alveoli Pores of Kohn
The most common epithelial cell in the tracheobronchial tree Pseudostratified ciliated columnar cell
Tracheal bifurcation occurs at this Carina
The most superior part of the sternum is ... Manubrium
If I gave a drug that stimulated beta 1 cells what would be the effect? increase in heart rate and force of contraction
What receptor would you stimulate to reduce mucosal swelling? It is a vasoconstrictor? alpha
The conducting zone in the tracheobronchial tree is up to and including the ... terminal bronchioles
Created by: lambda beta