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Respiratory System – Vocabulary

Alveolar type I cell

 

 

Alveolar type II cell

 

 

Arytenoids

 

Cartilage in the larynx where the vocal cords attach.

Asthma

 

 

Boyle’s law

 

 

Bronchiole tree

Primary, secondary, tertiary and terminal bronchi. All lined with ciliated Pseudostratified columnar epithelium.

Choanae

 

The plural of choana-the passageway from the back of one side of the nose to the nasopharynx

Cricoid

 

 

Emphysema

Alveoli coalesce – reduce surface area, loses elasticity

Exhalation

Volume of thoracic cavity decreases and air flows out of lungs. The pressure of the lungs is greater than the ATM pressure.

External respiration

 

 

Extrinsic muscles of larynx

 

 

Glottis

 

 

Inhalation

 

 

Internal respiration

 

 

Intrinsic muscles of larynx

Change shape, position and tension of vocal cords.

Lingual tonsils

 

 

Palatine tonsils

 

 

Paranasal sinuses

 

 

Pharyngeal tonsils

 

 

Pleurisy

 

 

Pneumonia

 

 

Pulmonary surfactant

 

 

RDS

Respiratory Distress Syndrome – decreased lung compliance due to surfactant deficient in newborn infants

Visceral pleura

 

Vocal ligaments

Make up the vocal folds, and are covered with mucous membrane. Part of the production of sound, due to vibration of vocal folds when air is forced through the glottis.

 

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Exam I Worksheets:

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