6.resp - HKin 191 Lab 6: Anatomy of the lungs and airways...

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HKin 191 Lab 6: Anatomy of the lungs and airways HKin191 page 1 of 2 JLR 2009 1) The upper airways Identify the following structures in the models, the skull (if possible) and the textbook figures: Airway anatomy external naris nasal conchae (3) internal naris soft palate uvula hard palate (palatine bone) oral cavity oropharynx nasal pharynx epiglottis glottis larynx trachea 2) Pulmonary and related anatomy Locate the following structures in text figures and in the lung models . Be prepared to identify these structures from both an anterior and posterior perspective. Lung anatomy left and right lung apex of lung base of lung root of lung costal surface hilum cardiac notch Airways carina left and right primary bronchi secondary bronchi tertiary bronchi bronchioles terminal bronchioles Extrapulmonary anatomy pleural cavity (interpleural space) visceral pleura parietal pleura thoracic cavity the heart the sternum and ribs Functional anatomy Trace the flow of air through the lungs. Locate the lungs in the thoracic cavity of torso model
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This note was uploaded on 05/21/2011 for the course BHK 191 taught by Professor Jim during the Spring '11 term at The University of British Columbia.

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6.resp - HKin 191 Lab 6: Anatomy of the lungs and airways...

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