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functions of the larync
passageway for air
prevents food
produces soudns
prinipcal adductor of larync
lateral cricoarytenoid
vocal ligament is thickening of
lateral cricothyroid ligament
which muscle not innervated by recurrent laryngeal
cricothyroid by superior laryngeal n
arterial supply of larynx
superior and inferior laryngeal arteries
lymphatics of larynx
superiod deep cervical and pre-/para-tracheal LNs
epiglotis epithelium, lamina propria, and cartilage
SSnon-K, loose CT, mucous and serous glands, c: elastic
false vcs epi, lamina propria
SS --> PSCC, lp: loose CT with mucous serous glands
true vc epi, lamina propria
SSnon-K, dense elastic connective tissue
carina at what level
T4
layers of the trachea
epi
lp
sm
c
a
epi: PSCC with goblet cells
lp: loose ct, elastic finbers
submucosa: denser CT, submucosal glands
c: C-shaped hylaine
adventitia: loose CT
type 1 small granule cells
secrete catecholamines
type 2 small granule cells
secrete polypeptides like serotonin
lobule served by
bronchiole
segment served by
tertiary bronchus
lobe
secondary bronchus
lung
primary bronchus
left pul a v. r
she was "left over" "right in front" me
layers of a bronchus
pscc goblet cells
lamina propria with elastic fiber
seromocous glands
hyaline cartilage plates
bronchioles have ___ cartilage
NONE
bronchiole histo:
simple columnar, Fewer cilia, clara cells, NEB bodies (sensory cells)
are lobules seperated out?
yes by CT plane
alveolar pores of kohn
collateral circulartion to prevent collapse
lymph vessels end where
terminal bronchioles
what plexus drains into bronchopulmonary LNs
superficial
which LNs under carina
inferio tracheobronchial LNs
where does lower left lobe drain?
right superior tracheobronchial LNs