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coni/o
dust
oligo-
scanty;few
adnoid/o
adenoids
alveol/o
alveolus;air sacs
bronchi/o;bronch/o
bronchus
dilat/o
dialation;opening
bronchiol/o
bronchioles;little bronchi
laryng/o
larynx;voice box
lob/o
lobe
muc/o
mucus
nas/o;rhin/o
nose
ox/o
oxygen
pector/o;steth/o;thorac/o
chest
pharyng/o
pharynx;throat
phren/o
diaphragm
pleur/a;pleur/o
pleura;plural cavty
pneumat/o;pneum/o
air;respiration;lungs
pneumon/o;pulmon/o
lungs
sunus/o
sinuses
spir/o
breathing
tonsill/o
tonsils
trache/o
trachea;windpipe
-capnia
carbon dioxide
-graphy
process of recording
-phonia
voice
-pnea
breathing
-ptysis
spitting
-thorax
chest
hyper-
above;excessive;abnormal
a-
no;not;lack of
dys-
bad;difficult;painful
eu-
normal
-itis
inflammation
-capnia
CO2 (carbon Dioxide)
-scopy
process of visual examination
-ia
condition;state of
-metry
process of measuring
-centesis
surgical pucture
-phonia
voice
-pnea
breathing
-thorax
chest
The pharynx and the larynx are part of this division of the respiratory system?
upper respiratory
inflammation of the alveolus
alveolistis
dialation of the bronchus
bronchiectasis
process of visualy examining the bronchus
bronchoscopy
visual exam of the larynx
laryngoscopy
inflammation of the lung
pneumonia
inflammation of the mucous membrane of the nose
rhinitis
surgical puncture to remove fluid from the pleural cavity
thoracocentesis
excessive amonts of carbon dioxide in the blood
hypercapnia
no breathing
apnea
painful breathing
dyspnea
normal breathing
eupnea
spitting up of blood
hemoptysis
pus in the pleural cavity
pyothorax