HSCI 125 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Mason Bee, Classical Compound, Bronchus

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Identify and define the combining forms and suffixes introduced in this chapter. Thorax larynx lobe nose mucus oxygen pharynx pleura lung, air lung, air lung nose wall sinus, cavity carbon dioxide smell voice breathing spitting chest breathing trachea, windpipe cough. Ar = pertaining to diaphragmat/o = diaphragm pertaining to the diaphragm. Al = pertaining to alveolar bronchial bronchiolar diaphragmatic epiglottic laryngeal nasal nasopharyngeal nas/o = nose pertaining to the nose and pharynx pharyng/o = pharynx. Eal = pertaining to paranasal para- = beside pertaining to beside the nose nas/o = nose. Al = pertaining to pharyngeal pleural pulmonary septal thoracic tracheal pharyng/o = pharynx. Identify and define selected respiratory system pathology terms. Medical specialties internal medicine branch of medicine involving the diagnosis and treatment of diseases and conditions of internal organs such as the respiratory system. The physician is an internist. otorhinolaryngology (ent) (ot/o = ear; rhin/o = nose; laryng/o = larynx; -logy = study of) .

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