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AIR CAVITIES WITHIN THE CRANIAL BONES THAT OPEN INTO THE NASAL CAVATIES
PARANASAL SINUSES
FOOD AND AIR PASSAGEWAY BEFORE THE ESOPHAGUS
PHARYNX
LYMPHOID TISSUE LOCATED BEHIND THE NASAL CAVITY
ADENOIDS
LYMPHOID TISSUE BEHIND THE MOUTH
TONSILS
VOCAL CORDS AND VOICE BOX FOLLOWING THE PHARYNX
LARYNX
SEROUS MEMBRANE COVERING EACH LUNG AND LINING THE THORACIC CAVITY
PLEURA
MUSCULAR PARTITION THAT SEPARATES THE THORACIC CAVITY FROM THE AB CAVITY AND AIDS IN BREATHING
DIAPHRAGM
SPACE BETWEEN THE LUNGS IT CONTAINS HEART ESPOPH, TRACHEA,ETC.
MEDIASTINUM
PNUEM/O
LUNG, AIR
PNUEMAT/O
LUNG,AIR
PNUEMON/O
LUNG, AIR
PULMON/O
AIR
SEPT/O
SEPTUM
THORAC/O
CHEST
ATEL/O
IMPERFECT,INCOMPLETE
CAPN/O
CARBON DIOXIDE
HEM/O
BLOOD
HEMAT/O
BLOOD
MUC/O
MUCUS
ORTH/O
STRAIGHT
OX/O
OXYGEN
OX/I
OXYGEN
PY/O
PUS
SOMN/O
SLEEP
SPIR/O
BREATHE,BREATHING
A-
WITHOUT OR ABSENCE OF
AN-
WITHOUT OR ABSENCE OF
ENDO-
WITHIN
EU-
NORMAL,GOOD
PAN-
ALL,TOTAL
POLY-
MANY,MUCH
-ALGIA
PAIN
-AR
PERTAINING TO
-ARY
PERTAINING TO
-EAL
PERTAINING TO
-CELE
HERNIA OR PROTRUSION
-CENTESIS
SURGICAL PUNCTURE TO ASPIRATE FLUID
-ECTASIS
STRETCH OUT, DILATE, EXPAND
-EMIA
BLOOD CONDITION
-GRAM
RECORD,X-RAY
-GRAPHY
PROCESS OF RECORDING, X-RAY IMAGING
-METER
INSTRUMENT USED TO MEASURE
-METRY
MEASUREMENT
-OXIA
OXYGEN
-PEXY
SURGICAL FIXATION OR SUSPENSION
-PHONIA
SOUND OR VOICE
-PNEA
BREATHING
-RRHAGIA
RAPID FLOW OF BLOOD
-SCOPE
-INSTRUMENT USED FOR VISUAL EXAMINATION
-SCOPIC
PERTAINING TO VISUAL EXAMINATION
-SCOPY
VISUAL EXAMINATION
-SPASM
SUDDEN INVOLUNATRY MUSCLE CONTRACTION
-STENOSIS
CONSTRICTION OR NARROWING
-STOMY
CREATION OF AN ARTIFICAL OPENING
-TOMY
CUT INTO OR INCISION
ADENOIDITIS
INFLAMMATION OF ADENOIDS
ATELECTASIS
INCOMPLETE EXPANSION IN COLLAPSED LUNGS OR INFANTS
BRONCHIECTASIS
DILATION OF BRONCHI
BRONCHITIS
INFLAMMATION OF BRONCHI
BRONCHOGENIC CARCINOMA
CANCEROUS TUMOR ORIGINATING IN THE BRONCHUS
DIAPHRAGMATOCELE
HERNIA OF THE DIAPHRAGM
INFLAMMATION OF THE EPIGLOTTIS
EPIGLOTTITIS
HEMOTHORAX
BLOOD IN THE CHEST
LARYNGITIS
LARYNX INFLAMMATION
LARYNGOTRACHEOBRONCHITIS
INFLAMMATION OF THE LARYNX, TRACHEA, AND BRONCHI
ACUTE LARYNGOTRACHEOBRONCHITIS
CROUP
LOBAR PNUEMONIA
LOBE INFECTION
NASOPHARYNGITIS
NOSE AND PHARYNX INFLAMMATION
PANSINUSITIS
SINUS INFLAMMATION
PHARYNGITIS
PHARYNX INFLAMMATION
PLEURITIS
PLEURESY OR INFLAM OF PLEURA
PNEUMATOCELE
HERNIA OF THE LUNG
PNUEMOCONIOSIS
DUST IN THE LUNGS
PNUEMONIA
DISEASED STATE OF LUNG BY INFECTION OF BACTERIA
PNUEMOTHRORAX
AIR IN THE CHEST
PULMONARY NEOPLASM
PERTAINING TO THE LUNG OF NEW GROWTH
PYOTHORAX
PUS IN THE CHEST
RHINITIS
INFLAMED NOSE
RHINOMYCOSIS
ABNORMAL CONDITION OF FUNGUS IN THE NOSE
RHINORRHAGIA
RAPID FLOW OF BLOOD FROM THE NOSE
THORACALGIA
PAIN IN THE CHEST
TONSILLITIS
INFLAM OF TONSILS
TRACHEITIS
INFLAM OF TRACHEA
TRACHEOSTENOSIS
NARROWING OF THE TRACHEA
ADULT RESPIRATORY DISTRESS SYNDROME
RESP FAILURE IN ADULT IN RESULT OF DISEASE OR INJURY
ASTHMA
RESP DISEASE OF COUGHING, WHEEZING, AND SHORTNESS OF BREATH
CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE PULMONARY DISEASE
SMOKING THAT OBSTRUCTS BRONCHIAL FLOW
COCCIDIODOMYCOSIS
FUNGAL DISEASE AFFECTING LUNGS
COR PULMONALE
SERIOUS CARDIAC DISEASE ASSOCIATED WITH CHRONIC LUNG DISORDERS
CROUP
CONDITION RESULTING FROM ACUTE OBSTRUCTION OF THE LARYNX (VIRAL BACTERIAL)
CYSTIC FIBROSIS
HEREDITARY OF ENDOCRINE GLANDS CHARACHTERIZED BY EXCESS MUCUS PRODUCTION IN THE RESP TRACT, AND PANCREAS
DEVIATED SEPTUM
ONE PART OF NASAL CAVITY IS SMALLER BECAUSE OF MALFORMATION OR INJURY
EMPHYSEMA
STRETCHING OF LUNG TISSUE CAUSED BY ALVEOLI LOSING STRETCHINESS
EPISTAXIS
NOSEBLEED
INFLUENZA
HIGHLY INFECTIOUS DISEASE CAUSED BY A VIRUS
LEGIONNARIE DISEASE
A LOBAR PNUEMONIA CAUSED BY A BACTERIUM
OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNEA
REPETITIVE PHARYNGEAL COLLAPSE DURING SLEEP WHICH LEADS TO STOP OF BREATHING
PERTUSSIS
ACUTE CROWING INSPIRATION OR WHOOP
PLEURAL EFFUSION
ESCAPE OF FLUID INTO THE PLEURAL SPACE AS A RESULT OF INFLAMMATION
P. CARNII PNUEMONIA
PNUEMONIA CAUSED BY THE P.CARNINII FUNGUS COMMON IN AIDS PATIENTS
PULMONARY EDEMA
FLUID ACCUMULATION IN THE ALVEOLI AND BRONCHIOLES
PULMONARY EMBOLISM
FOREIGN MATTER SUCH AS BLOOD CLOT, FAR CLOT, AIR CARRIED IN CIRCULATION TO THE PULMONARY ARTERY WHERE IT BLOCKS
TUBERCULOSIS
AN INFECTIOUS DISEASE, CAUSED BY AN ACID-FAST BACILLUS MOST COMMONLY SPREAD BY INHALATION OF SMALL PARTICLES AND USUALLY AFFECTING THE LUNGS
UPPER RESPIRATORY INFECTION
INFECTION OF NASAL CAVITY, LARYNX OR PHARYNX
ADENOIDECTOMY
ADENOIDS EXCISION
ADENOTOME
TOOL USED TO CUT ADENOIDS
BRONCHOPLASTY
SURGICAL REPAIR OF A BRONCHUS
LARYNGECTOMY
CUT OUT LARYNX
LARYNGOPLASTY
SURGICAL REPAIR OR LARYNX
LARYNGOSTOMY
CREATION OF ARTIFICAL OPENING INTO THE LARYNX
LARYNGOTRACHEOTOMY
INCISION OF LARYNX AND TRACHEA
LOBECTOMY
EXCISION OF A LOBE
PLEUROPEXY
SURGICAL FIXATION OF THE PLEURA
PNEUMOBRONCHOTOMY
INCISION OF THE LUNG AND BRONCHUS
PNEUMONECTOMY
EXCISION OF THE LUNG
THORACOCENTESIS
PUNCTURE TO ASPIRATE FLUID FROM THE CHEST CAVITY
BRONCHOSCOPE
TOOL TO VISUALLY EXAMINE BRONCHI
ENDOSCOPE
INSTRUMENT USED FOR SEEING INSIDE AN ORGAN OR CAVITY
CAPNOMETER
TOOL TO MEASURE CARBON DIOXIDE IN EXPIRED GAS
OXIMETER
TOOL TO MEASURE OXYGEN SATURATION IN BLOOD
SPIROMETER
MEASURES BREATHING FOR LUNG VOLUMES
POLYSOMNOGRAPHY
PROCESS OF RECORDING MANY TESTS DURING SLEEP TO DIAGNOSE SLEEP APNEA
CHEST COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY SCAN
COMPUTERIZED IMAGES OF THE CHEST CREATED IN SECTIONS SLICED FROM FRONT TO BACK
VENTILATION PERFUSION SCANNING
NUCLEAR MEDICINE PROCEDURE USED TO DIAGNOSE PULMONARY EMBOLISM
ACID-FAST BACILLLI SMEAR
TEST PERFORMED ON SPUTUM TO DETERMINE IF ACID FAST BACILLI ARE PRESENT WHICH MY INDICATE TB
ARTERIAL BLOOD GASES
A TEST PERFORMED ON ARTERIAL BLOOD TO DETERMINE LEVELS OF OXYGEN CO2 AND OTHER GASES
PULMONARY FUNCTION TEST1
GROUP OF TESTS TO MEASURE BREATHING
PULSE OXIMETRY
A NONINVASIVE METHOD OF MEASURING OXYGEN IN THE BLOOD BY USING A DEVICE THAT ATTACHES TO THE FINGERTIP
PURIFIED PROTEIN DERIVATIVE SKIN TEST
TESTED ON INDIVIDUALS WHO HAVE RECENTLY BEEN EXPOSED TO TB. INJECTED INTRADERMALLY
ANOXIA
ABSENCE OF OXYGEN
APHONIA
ABSENCE OF VOICE
APNEA
ABSENCE OF BREATHING
BRONCHOALVEOLAR
PERTAINING TO BRONCHI AND ALVEOLI
BRONCHOSPASM
BRONCHI SPASM
DYSPHONIA
DIFFICULT BREATHING
EUPNEA
NORMAL BREATHING
HYPERCAPNIA
CONDITION TO EXCESSIVE CO2
HYPERPNEA
EXCESSIVE BREATHING
HYPOCAPNIA
CONDITION OF LOW CO2
HYPOPNEA
deficient breathing
HYPOXEMIA
DEFICIENT OXYGEN IN THE BLOOD
HYPOXIA
LOW 02
ORTHOPNEA
ABILITY TO BREATHE ONLY WHEN UPRIGHT
PULMONARY
PERTAINING TO THE LUNGS
RHINORRHEA
DISCHARGE OF THE NOSE
ASPIRATE
WITHDRAW FLUID OR TO DRAW FOREIGN MATERIAL INTO RESP TRACT
HYPERVENTILATION
VENTILATION OF THE LUNGS BEYOND NORMAL BODILY NEEDS
HYPOVENTILATION
VENTILATION OF THE LUNGS BELOW NORMAL BODILY NEEDS
MUCOPURULENT
MUCUS AND PUS
NEBULIZER
MIST DEVICE TO DELIVER MEDICATION TO RESP PATIENTS
NOSOCOMIAL INFECTION
AN INFECTION ACQUIRED DURING HOSPITALIZATION
PAROXYSM
PERIODIC OR SUDDEN ATTACK
PATENT
OPEN
SPUTUM
MUCOUS SECRETION OF THE LUNGS BRONCHI, AND TRACHEA EXPELLED THROUGH THE MOUTH
VENTILATOR
MECH DEVICE USED TO ASSIST WITH OR SUB FOR BREATHING WHEN PATIENT CANNOT BREATHE UNASSISTED