Dr. McCain Prelab on the Anatomy of the Respiratory system

lungs
what do call the pair of cone-shaped organs lying in the thoracic cavity?

thoracic cavity
both pairs of lungs are located in which cavity?

pleural cavity
each lung sits inside which cavities of the thoracic cavity?

pleura
each lung sits inside a pleural cavity located between the two layer of what?

apex
the superior tips of the lungs are called what?

base
the broad inferior portion of the lungs is called what?

thoracic cage
the anterior, lateral, and posterior surfaces of each lung face what?

the anterior, lateral, and posterior surfaces of each lung
which surfaces of the lungs face the thoracic cage?

mediastinum
the medial surface of the lungs face what in the thoracic cavity?

medial surface
which surface of the lungs faces the mediastinum of the thoracic cavity?

cardiac notch
the heart lies on a medial concavity of the left lung called what?

left lung
the cardiac notch is where the heart lies on a medial concavity of the right or left lung?

hilus
each lung has a slit on the medial surface where the bronchi, blood vessels, lymphatic vessels, and nerves reach the lung, what are those slits called?

bronchi, blood vessels, lymphatic vessels, and nerves
the hilus is a slit on the medial surface of both lungs, it allows what four things to reach the lungs?

lobes
each lung is divided into what?

two lobes
the left lung has how many lobes?

left lung
which lung has two lobes?

three lobes
the right lung has how many lobes?

right lung
which lung has three lobes?

both lungs have hilus and oblique fissure
what two structures can you find on the both surfaces of the right and left lung?

oblique fissure
each lung has a hilus on their medial surface, what other structure can be found on both surfaces of the right and left lung?

hilus
each lung has a oblique fissure on their surface, what other structure can be found on both surfaces of the right and left lung?

a fissure
what forms the lobes on lungs?

lobes
the fissures on the lungs are responsible for forming what?

a oblique fissure
what type of fissure can be found on the surface of both the right and left lung?

horizontal fissure
the right lung has a oblique fissure and what other fissure?

right lung
the horizontal fissure can be found on the surface of the left lung or the right lung?

horizontal fissure
what can be found on surface of right lung, that is not on the surface of the left lung?

the oblique fissure and horizontal fissure
name the type of fissures that form lobes on the lungs?

two types of fissures
how many types of fissures are on the surface of the right lung?

one type of fissure
how many types of fissures are on the surface of the left lung?

the horizontal fissure
what forms the third lobe on the right lung?

superior and inferior lobe of the left lung
the oblique fissure separates the left lung into what?

the oblique fissure
what separates the superior and inferior lobe on the left lung?

left lung
on which lung does the oblique fissure separate the superior lobe from the inferior lobe?

the oblique fissure
which fissure on the right lung separates the middle lobe from inferior lobe on the surface of the right lung?

the inferior lobe and the superior lobe
name the lobes on found on the left lung?

the inferior lobe, superior lobe, and the middle lobe
name the lobes on found on the right lung?

left lung
which lung only has a superior and inferior lobe?

right lung
which lung has a superior, middle, and inferior lobe?

middle lobe from the superior lobe on the right lung
the horizontal fissure separates which lobe?

the horizontal fissure
is the oblique fissure or the horizontal fissure responsible for separating the middle lobe from the superior lobe on the right lung?

the horizontal fissure
what forms the third lobe on the right lung?

right lung
does the right or left lung have three lobes?

left lung
does the right or left lung have two lobes?

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