7 Pharynx Nasopharynx oropharynx laryngopharynx adenoids or pharyngeal tonsilsoropharynxpalatine tonsilslaryngopharynxlarynx
8 Epiglottisoropharynx and laryngopharynx serve as a common passageway for both food and airepiglottis acts as a lid or flap that covers the larynx and trachea (airway) so food does not enter the lungs.
15 Pleura each lung enclosed in pleura parietal pleura (inner) visceral pleura (outer)pleural space or pleural cavitylubricating fluid
16 Diaphragm muscle separating chest and abdomen inspiration, diaphragm contracts and increases thoracic spaceair flows inexpiration, diaphragm relaxes and decreases thoracic spaceair flows outphrenic nerve
17 Respiration external respiration - exchange of gases in lungs internal respiration - exchange of gases within cells of the body organs and tissuesventilation - movement of air
18 Oncology Primary Pulmonary Cancer Smoking is leading cause of ALL TYPES OF LUNG CANCERScommon site: epithelium of bronchibronchogenic carcinomamasses form and block air passagesmetastasizes frequently to lymph noes, liver, bones, brain, or kidney
19 Endotracheal Intubation passage of a tube through the mouth, pharynx, and larynx into the trachea to establish an airway.
20 You should now be prepared for a quiz over this material. Respiratory SystemYou should now be prepared for a quiz over this material.