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Term: 4 parts of parietal pleura Definition: cervical perietal pleura, costal perietal pleura, diaphragmatic, mediastienal Term: where are periatal and visceral pleura contiunous? Definition: hilum of the lung Term: name of investment of medistinal pleura into hilum Definition: pleural sleeve Term: inferior continuation of pleural sleeve Definition: pulmonary ligament Term: path that air takes in nasal breathing: Definition: nasal pharynx, oral pharynx, larynx, trachea, main bronchi, lobar brinchi (3 right, 2 left), segmental brinchi (10 R, 8-10 L)
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Term: name of right lung lobes and borders Definition: rt sup, horizontal fissure, rt mid, oblique fissure, rt infer Term: name of left lung lobes and borders Definition: lf sup, oblique fissure, lf inf Term: name of anterior border of L lung Definition: cardiac notch Term: inferior portion of left lobe - name and shape Definition: projects like a tongue - lingula- due to cardiac notch Term: path of horizontal fissures: Definition: T2 posteriorly to 6th rib anteriorly following medial border of abducted scapula
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Term: path or oblique fissure: Definition: from oblique fissue line - paralel with rib 4. Term: top of each lung is called Definition: the apex Term: three surfaces of each ung Definition: diaphragmatic, costal, mediasternal Term: name of three borders of lung and what they join Definition: anterior- costal+mediasternal, inferior- diaohragmatic + cotal or mediasternal, posterior - costal + mediasternal Term: what does each lung root contain? Definition: pulm. Artery (superiorly). Pulm. Veins (2), main bronchous (posteriorly), nerves, lymphatics.
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Term: difference between root of L and R lung? Definition: R bronchus branches early in to eparterial bronchus + main bronchus. Sup and post. Then to pulm artery Term: what surrounds bronchus entering lungs? Definition: bronchal arteries and veins Term: where do most posterior intercostal veins end? Definition: azygos vein Term: ridge of cartilage in trachea marking its bifercation Definition: carina Term: type of cartilage around trachea Definition: hyaline cartilage
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Term: what bridges open end of C shaped hyaline cartilage?
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