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Word Dissector 9

by: Briana Jurado

Word Dissector 9 HPHY 211

Briana Jurado
Medical Terminology

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This 0 page Class Notes was uploaded by Briana Jurado on Tuesday November 3, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to HPHY 211 at University of Oregon taught by Hopkins in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 40 views. For similar materials see Medical Terminology in Human Physiology at University of Oregon.


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Date Created: 11/03/15
Word Dissector 9 Briana J urado Dr Hopkins HPHY 211 Respiratory System 1 Pages 458461 a Structures of the respiratory system sinuses if nasopharyn J3939 quot 75 quot auenoms Nasal if 7 A oropharynx Nose r quotHas Platine ljr LAnRII laryngopnary ef Esophagus larynx Epiglottis mediastin tracnea oronchi Pa rietal IA Visceral lung IAIAI IlaA Diaphragm Chabner459 460 b Pathway of air from the nose to the capillaries of the lungs Word Dissector 9 Nose Nares V Nasal Cavities amp Paranasal 39 Pharynx Adenoids I l39onsils Epiglottis larynx II Trachea V Bronchi V Bronchioles Alveoli V Lung capillaries c The diaphragm contracts and descends with each inhalation or inspiration It relaxes and ascends with each exhalation or espiration The downward movement signi es the thoracic cavity becoming enlarged which decreased the internal air pressure This allows air to ow into to the lungs which equalizes the pressure The diaphragm relaxes and elevates when the lungs are full The thoracic cavity becomes smaller increasing the air pressure in the chest Exhalation then allows the air to be expelled out of the lungs which equalizes the pressure Chabner 460461 2 2 questions for a General Practitioner a What attracted you to being a Family Physician b Do you nd it dif cult to balance your home life and your work life Word Dissector 9 Works Cited Chabner DaViEllen The Language of Medicine St Louis MO SaundersElsevier 2014 Print Respiratory System Anatomy Digital image Disease of the Human Body Np nd Web 20 NOV 2014


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