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Inflammation of the nose caused by an allergy
microscopic air sacs in the lung
Radiologic study of the artery using radiopaque medium
absense of breathing
radiologic study of artery using radiopaque medium
alergic reaction to stubstance resulting in wheezing, shortness of breath and difficulty breathing.
lack of air in the lungs
primary divisions of the trachea
small branches of bronchi that lack cartilage
gas found in the air, exhaled.
chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
syndrome by chronic bronchitis, asthma, emphysema... resulting in dyspnea, frequent resp infection etc.
inflammation of the mucous membranes of the bronchial tree.
bluish color of skin due to lack of oxygen
chronic lung diseaseby overdistention of the alveolar sacs and inability to exchange oxygen and carbon dioxide
cartilage lid that covers the larynx when swallowing.
exhale of air from lungs
Blood within the pleural space of the chest cavity
lack of oxygen
acute illeness characterized by fever, pain coughing, upper respiratory symptoms.
to breath in, inhalation
insertion of a tube into the larynx for entrance of air.
removal of the larynx
inflammation of the vocal cords, larynx
the voice box
respiratory condition in which breathing is possible onlin in an erect sitting or standing position
passing of a fluid through spaces
a serous membrane that covers the lungs and lines the thoracic cavity.
inflammation of the pleura
inflammation of the lung caused by microbes, irratants, dust and allergy
a collection of air or gas in the leural cavity that displaces lung tissue
fluid in the lung tissue
a blockage in the pulmonary artery or one of its branches
inflammation of nasal mucosa
a membranes wall dividing two cavities.
inflammation of the sinuses
measures the volume of inhaled and exhaled air.
material coughed up from the bronchi
a fatty molecule on the respiratory membranes
removal of fluid from the throax
a cartilage tube between the laynx and the main bronchus of the respirtory tree.
a surgical opening in the trachea to aid in breathing
infectious disease caused by tuberclue bacillus. inflammation of the lungs that destory tissue
upper respiratory infection
inflammatory process of the nose and throat. symptoms like a cold.
diagnostic test to determine air exchange and presense of embolism.
total volume of air exchanged from forced inhalation and forced exhalation.