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7 The word, hypocholesterolemia, (high-poh-koh-les-ter-awl-EE-me-ah) is properly dissected with slash marks as: (a) Hyp/o/ch/olesterol/emia (b) H/ypo/cholestero/lemia (c) Hypo/cholesterol/emia (d) Hypo/choles/terole/mia 8 The word, hypocholesterolemia, is correctly translated to mean: (a) A blood condition of above normal cholesterol (b) In ammation of the veins (c) Removal of the cardia (d) A blood condition of de cient cholesterol 9 The hematocrit portion of centrifuged blood mainly consists of: (a) Platelets (b) Leukocytes + thrombocytes (c) Erythrocytes (d) Wandering macrophages 10 A patient whose resting blood pressure was considerably higher than 140/90 mmHg would best be described as: (a) Leukemic (b) Anemic (c) Normotensive (d) Hypertensive
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Several key facts were tagged with numbered icons in the page margins of this chapter Write a short summary of each of these key facts into a numbered cell or compartment within the appropriate type of Memory Pillbox that appears below
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Answers for 8 Summary Tables
FOR SUMMARY TABLE 81
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 pertaining to a little circle relating to the heart and little vessels referring to a tiny hair tiny vein little artery referring to the lungs referring to a half moon a blood condition of normal volume a blood condition of below normal volume control of bleeding
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FOR SUMMARY TABLE 82
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 a condition of normal heart a condition of fast heart a condition of slow heart hardening of the arteries referring to heart muscle a blood condition of excessive cholesterol relating to strangling presence of a clot a condition of holding back blood a poverty of white cells
Answers to Probe of Case History
(A) Angina pectoris (B) The occluded areas of the coronary arteries had their blood ow closed up
CHAPTER
Terms Related to Disorders of the Respiratory System
8 focused upon the circulatory (cardiovascular) system This is the organ system whose basic job is moving the blood Now, in 9, our emphasis is upon the respiratory (RES-pir-ah-tor-ee) system The word respiratory literally refers to (-ory) breathing (spirat) again (re-) The respiratory system, therefore, is the organ system that allows us to breathe again and again And in doing so, it is the organ system that moves air through body passageways Both the normal and some of the disease-related aspects of moving air through the respiratory system will be our chief focus in this chapter
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Respiratory Disorders
Background and History
You may recall that 8 mentioned the two terms, cardiopulmonary (as in cardiopulmonary resuscitation) and pulmonary (as in the pulmonary or rightheart circulation) Thus, pulmon/ary literally refers to the lungs Another root for lung is pneumon (NEW-mun) Hence, a related term, pneumonic (newMAHN-ik), also pertains to the lungs
AN OVERVIEW OF THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM
Whichever root we use, the lungs (pneumon or pulmon) are usually the rst organs we think about whenever we hear the word, respiration This word exactly translates to mean the process of (-tion) breathing (spir) again (re-) But the lungs don t work alone in helping us to breathe! There are two main divisions of the respiratory pathway, also called the respiratory tract The upper respiratory tract is situated at the superior end of the breathing pathway, while the lower respiratory tract lies at the inferior end Further, because the lower respiratory tract branches extensively, it is sometimes called the respiratory tree [Study suggestion: Which division of the respiratory pathway do you think contains the lungs ] THE RESPIRATORY THE UPPER THE LOWER = RESPIRATORY + RESPIRATORY ( breathing again and again ) TRACT TRACT SYSTEM (the respiratory tree )
THE UPPER RESPIRATORY TRACT
The upper respiratory tract (Figure 91) is the superior portion of the respiratory system Its speci c components are the nasal (NAY-sal) cavity, the oral cavity, the pharynx (FAIR-inks), the larynx (LAIR-inks), and the trachea (TRAYkee-ah)
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