Exam 3 Lecture 5 - 14:04 Exam3Lecture5:...

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14:04 Exam 3 Lecture 5: Upper vs. Lower Respiratory Tract o Upper: Larynx Pharynx Nasal Cavity Lower: Anatomical Terms: o Glottis – (Gr. Mouth of windpipe) o Epiglottis – (epi – glottis) o N.B. Glottis – ulitimately derived from greek word for tongue (glotta) Trachea o Gr. trakheia arteria lit. “rough airpipe” o N.B. trachy- rough; trachyphonia, dysphonia Carina o Means “anything that has a ridge on it” o (L. keel of a boat) – a structure with a projecting central ridge o Like boat off Jason and the Argonauts Stroma – Foundation-supporting tissues of an organ, ex. Connective tissue o (Gr. stroma – anything spread out for lying or sitting on, ex. Like a bed  covering) Parenchyma – Functional tissue of an organ
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o (Gr. parenchuma – Anything poured in beside) Symptomatic Terms: o –Pnea (breathing) eu- (breathing well) brady- (breathing slow)
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