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Basic Components of Respiratory system
Upper Respiratory Tract
Upper Respiratory tract - components
Sphenoidal sinus
Lower Respiratory tract - components
Larynx
Larynx - Components
Epiglottis
Bones of the Nasal complex
Frontal
Conducting portion of Lower Respiratory tract
Larynx
Respiratory portion of Lower Respiratory tract
Respiratory Bronchioles
Carina
Most inferior tracheal cartilage that separates the primary bronchii
Elevation of the ribs increases/decreases the _______ dimensions of the thoracic cavity
Elevation of the ribs _increases_ the _lateral_ dimensions of the thoracic cavity
depression of the ribs increases/decreases the lateral dimensions of the ______ cavity.
depression of the ribs _decreases_ the lateral dimensions of the _lateral_ cavity.
_______ help increase thoracic cavity dimensions by elevating the first and second ribs during forced inhalation.
_Scalenes_ help increase thoracic cavity dimensions by elevating the first and second ribs during forced inhalation.
Contraction of the ___________ depresses the ____, but this only occurs during forced exhalation.
Contraction of the _internal intercostals_ depresses the _ribs_, but this only occurs during forced exhalation.
_____ elevate upon contraction of the ____________, thereby increasing the transverse dimensions of the thoracic cavity during ________.
_The ribs_ elevate upon contraction of the _external intercostals_, thereby increasing the transverse dimensions of the thoracic cavity during _inhalation_.
Muscles that help with forced exhalation
Internal intercostals
Muscles that help with passive exhalation
dunno
Muscles that help with forced inhalation
pectoralis minor
Muscles that help with passive inhalation
serratus posterior superior
Boyle's Law - def'n
The pressure of a gas decreases if the volume of the container increases, and vice versa.
What is marked?
Base
What is marked?
Cardiac Impression
What is marked?
Cardiac notch
What is marked?
Hilum
What is marked?
Oblique fissure
What is marked?
Pulmonary artery
What is marked?
Pulmonary bronchi
What is marked?
Pulmonary veins
What is marked?
Inferior lobe
What is marked?
Superior lobe
What is marked?
Apex