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D.Alveoli are air-filled structures at the end of the lung airway tree, and are entirelyresponsible for lung volume changes AND the exchange of oxygen/carbon dioxide.
E.Pulmonary fibrosis is a disease that results in thickening of the alveolar membrane dueto excessive deposition of collagen and other extracellular matrix components. Thiswould increase both lung compliance AND lung diffusing capacity (DL).
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2. Multiple Choice (20 points, 4 points each)Read each question carefully and write the most appropriate answer in the space provided___e___A. We discussed how the lungs are perfusion-limited under normal physiologicalconditions. Which of the following changes would make the lungs less perfusion-limited?B. Which of the following is true for the region of the lungs referred to as the
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conducting zone:

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