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Chest wall, thoracic cavity and pleura Sanjaya Adikari Department of Anatomy
Important landmarks on the thorax
Muscles of the thoracic wall
Thracic outlet syndrome Thoracic inlet/ Superior thoracic aperture Thoracic outlet/ Inferior thoracic aperture
Structures related to the 1 st Rib
Nerves & vessels of the thoracic wall vanvan
Arrangement of the pleura
MCMABack Lung6810 Pleura
Thoracocentesis & intercostal nerve block
Bucket-handle Pump-handle Breathing movements of thoracic wall
Pneumothorax Collapse of the lung Pleural effusion Haemothorax Pyothorax Chylothorax What is tension pneumothorax?
Normal Chest X-ray PALateral
Triangle of auscultation Thoracic wall is relatively thin Respiratory sounds are clear over this area
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Pathology of pleura & laboratory investigations in lung diseases DR.USHA.
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The mechanics of breathing. The three steps of respiration Pulmonary ventilation- movement of air into and out of lungs Pulmonary respiration-exchanges.
ALOK SINHA Department of Medicine Manipal College of Medical Sciences Pokhara, Nepal.
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Chapter 1 Organization of the Human Body – Body Cavities and Membranes.
Case 2. 5 hrs PTC VS BP 120/90 HR 88 RR 24 T 38.2°C Symmetrical chest expansion, hyperresonant on percussion left, absent breath sounds left Apex.
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Respiratory System ROLE: To bring oxygen into the body and to get rid of the carbon dioxide from the body.
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