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right primary bronchus more vertical, shorter and wider
mediastinum major structures heart, trachea, esophagus, thymus
bony thorax ribs, sternum, xiphoid process
thoracic cavity pleural membranes, lungs, trachea, esophagus, pericardium, heart, and great vessels
larynx voice box, connected to trachea and anterior
carina last tracheal cartilage, hook like process
hilum accomodates bronchi, pulmonary blood vessels, and nerves
jugular notch at level of T2, T3
trachea C6
thyroid cartilage (adams apple) C5
xiphoid process T9, T10
right lung shorter due to liver position
pharynx food and air passage
parenchyma functioning part of organ
pericardium sac surrounds heart
right kidney lies inferior to left
peritoneal cavity between 2 layers of peritoneum, holds liver, stomach, intestines, etc in place
fistula abnormal passage between 2 organs
sinus tract abnormal channels leading to abcesses
ascites fluid in abdominal cavity
melena blood in stool
mesentary peritineal fold encircles small intestine, connects to posterior wall of abdomen
head and neck of radius profiled ap forearm
coronoid process of ulna profiled medial (internal) obliques
olecranon process of ulna profiled lateral elbow
medial epicondyle of humerus profiled ap elbow
Created by: sandonblaise