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E.In emphysema, lung elasticity is greatly reduced. This leads to a decrease in lung recoilbut an increase in FRC volume.
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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___a___A. The diffusion pathway for any gas passing through the lung alveoli into theblood, or vice versa, includes all of the following EXCEPT:
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a.contains macrophages that protect the body from foreign particulatesthrough phagocytosisb.contributes to oxygen and carbon dioxide gas exchange with thepulmonary vasculaturec.the airways progressively decrease in size, but the length:diameter ratioremains ~3 to maintain a constant resistanced.the airways progressively decrease in size, but the volumetric flow rate ineach airway remains a constant value throughout the lunge.none of the aboveC. Which answer is ALWAYS true for an air/water interface that has reached anequilibrium, or steady, state:___e___B. Which is true of the branching airway system of the lungs:
___b___E. The total lung diffusing capacity (DL) for oxygen and carbon dioxide BOTHdepend on all of the following EXCEPT:
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