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Anatomy of the Respiratory System (ex 36)

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Olfactory epithelium

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Mucosa of pharynx

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Tubal tonsil

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Opening of pharyngotypanic tube

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Nasopharynx

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olfactory nerves

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superior nasal concha and superior nasal meatus

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middle nasal concha and middle nasal meatus

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inferior nasal conha and inferior nasal meatus

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hard palate

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soft palate

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Uvula

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Nasopharynx

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Oropharynx

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Laryngopharynx

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Cribiform plate of ethmoid bone

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Sphenoidal sinus

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Posterior nasal aperture

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pharyngeal tonsil

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opening of pharyngotympanic tube

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Uvula

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Palatine tonsil

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Isthmus of the fauces

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Laryngopharynx

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esophagus

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trachea

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Thyroid gland

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Cricoid cartilage

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vocal fold

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Thyroid cartilage

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vestibular fold

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epiglottis

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Hyoid bone

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Lingual tonsil

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tongue

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soft palate

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Nasal meatuses (superior, middle, and inferior)

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Hard palate

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nostril

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Nasal vestibule

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nasal conchae (superior, middle, inferior)

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frontal sinus

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Body of hyoid bone

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Thyroid cartilage

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laryngeal prominence (Adam's apple)

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Cricothyroid ligament

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Cricotracheal ligament

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Tracheal cartilages

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Cricoid cartilage

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Thyrohyoid membrane

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Epiglottis

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Epiglottis

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Thyrohyoid membrane

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Cuneiform cartilage

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Corniculate cartilage

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Arytenoid cartilage

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arytenoid muscles

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Cricoid cartilage

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Tracheal cartilages

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Cricotracheal ligament

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Cricothyroid ligament

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Vocal fold (true vocal cord)

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Thyroid cartilage

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Vestibular fold (false vocal cord)

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fatty pad

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Thyrohyoid membrane

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Body of hyoid bone

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Inferior lobe of right lung

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Middle lobe of right lung

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Superior lobe of right lung

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Inferior lobe of left lung

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Segmental (tertiary) bronchus

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Lobar (secondary) bronchus

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Left main (primary) bronchus

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Superior lobe of left lung

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Trachea

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Alveolar duct

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Respiratory bronchioles

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Terminal bronchiole

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Alveolar sac

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Alveoli

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Alveoli (gas-filled air spaces)

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Red blood cell in capillary

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Type II alveolar cell (surfactant secreting)

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Type I alveolar cell

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Respiratory membrane

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Endothelial cell nucleus

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Alveolar macrophage

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Capillary

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Alveolar pores

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Nucleus of type I alveolar cell

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Nucleus of type I alveolar cell

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Endothelial cell nucleus

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Respiratory membrane

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Alveolar epithelium

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fused basement membranes of the alveolar epithelium and the capillary endothelium

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capillary endothelium

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Red blood cell

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O2

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CO2

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Esophagus

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Trachealis muscle

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Lumen of trachea

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Adventitia

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Hyaline cartilage

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Seromucous gland in submucosa

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submucosa

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mucosa

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Pseudostratified ciliated columnar epithelium

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Lamina propria (connective tissue)

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Seromucous gland in submucosa

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Hyaline cartilage

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Smooth muscle

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Pseudostratified epithelium

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Lamina propria

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lumen of bronchiole

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Respiratory bronchiole

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Alveolar duct

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Alveoli

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Alveolar sac

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Alveolar duct

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Alveoli

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Alveolar pores


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