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Answers to Chapter Exercises

EXERCISE 11-1

LABELING EXERCISE 11-1 RESPIRATORY SYSTEM

5. dyspneic (disp-NE-ik)

8. tachypneic (tak-ip-NE-ik)

10. hypocapnia (hi-po-KAP-ne-a)

EXERCISE 11-2

1. paranasal (par-a-NA-zal)

2. pharyngitis (far-in-JI-tis)

3. laryngeal (la-RIN-je-al)

4. bronchoscopy (brong-KOS-ko-pe)

5. bronchiolitis (brong-ke-o-LI-tis)

6. bronchostenosis (brong-ko-ste-NO-sis)

7. laryngoplasty (la-RING-go-plas-te)

8. tracheotomy (tra-ke-OT-o-me)

9. within the nose

10. pertaining to a bronchiole

11. dilatation of the bronchi

12. around the bronchi

13. within the trachea

14. pertaining to the nose and pharynx

EXERCISE 11-3

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frontal sinus

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nasal cavity

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sphenoidal sinus

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nasopharynx

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oropharynx

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laryngeal pharynx

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epiglottis

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larynx and vocal cords

9.

esophagus

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trachea

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left lung

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right lung

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right bronchus

14.

mediastinum

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terminal bronchiole

16.

alveolar duct

17.

alveoli

18.

capillaries

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diaphragm

1. inflammation of the lungs

2. pertaining to the pleura and lungs

3. plastic repair of the lungs

4. pain in the pleura

5. study of the lungs

6. pertaining to air or gas

7. interpleural (in-ter-PLU-ral)

8. subphrenic (sub-FREN-ik)

9. phrenicotomy (fren-i-KOT-o-me)

10. pneumonopathy (nu-mo-NOP-a-the)

11. spirogram (SPI-ro-gram)

12. pleurocentesis (plu-ro-sen-TE-sis)

Answers to Chapter Review 11-1

26. diaphragm

27. smell

28. pleura

29. pharynx

30. alveoli

31. bronchi

32. larynx

33. lungs

34. adenoids

35. tuberculosis

36. upright

37. tidal volume

38. mucus

39. septum

40. residual volume

41. pleurocentesis (plu-ro-sen-TE-sis)

42. tracheostomy (tra-ke-OS-to-me)

43. pharyngitis (far-in-JI-tis)

44. bronchiolitis (brong-ke-o-LI-tis)

45. bronchospasm (brong-ko-spazm)

46. pleurocele (PLU-ro-sel)

47. phrenicotomy (fren-i-KOT-o-me)

48. accumulation of air or gas in the pleural space

49. accumulation of blood in the pleural space

50. accumulation of pus in the pleural space

51. accumulation of fluid in the pleural space

52. deficiency of oxygen in the blood

53. excision of the adenoids

54. slow rate of respiration

55. inflammation of the lungs

56. dilatation of the bronchi

57. below the lungs

58. plastic repair of the nose

59. dryness of the throat

60. spir/o; breathing

61. pulmon/o; lung

63. phren/o; diaphragm

64. pneumon/o; lung

65. hypocapnia

66. expiration

67. bradypnea

68. extubation

69. hyperpnea

70. alveolar

71. pharyngeal

72. pleural

73. nasal

74. tracheal

75. bronchial

76. nares

77. bronchioles

78. alveoli

79. conchae

80. bronchi

81. spitting blood a. blood b. spitting

82. incomplete expansion of the alveoli a. incomplete b. expansion, dilation

83. the cartilage that covers the larynx during swallowing a. over, upon b. the space between the vocal cords

Answers to Case Study Questions

7. lobectomy

8. diaphoresis

9. thoracotomy

10. bronchodilator

11. thoracoscopy

12. hemithorax

13. ventilation

14. pneumonia

15. wheezing

16. mediastinoscopy

17. chronic obstructive pulmonary disease

18. forced expiratory volume

19. forced vital capacity

20. arterial blood gas

21. adult respiratory distress syndrome

22. do not resuscitate

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