Worksheet 2: Respiratory Anatomy



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Worksheet 2: Respiratory Anatomy

Identify the following structures on the models, on the skeletons, and on yourself (where applicable). Items in italics are probably not visible, because they are not included on our models or because they are too small to see. (1)=Lung & heart 5 part model; (2)=Lung & heart 3 part model; (3)=lung pathology model; (Y)=yourself or lab partner; (S)=skeleton



Upper respiratory tract

  • Nares (Y)

  • Nasal cavity, nasal mucosa

  • Olfactory mucosa

  • Nasal septum

  • Upper, middle, lower conchae

  • Nasopharynx

  • Oropharynx (Y)

  • Laryngopharynx

  • Hyoid bone (1,2,Y,S)

  • Glottis (2)

  • Epiglottis (2)

  • Larynx (1,2,Y)

  • Vocal folds (2)

  • Thyroid cartilage (1,2,Y)

  • Lateral cricothyroid ligaments (1,2)

Lower respiratory tract

  • Cricoid cartilage (1,2)

  • Trachea (1,2,3,Y)

  • Tracheal cartilage (1,2,3)

  • Carina (1,3)

  • Right main (or primary) bronchus (1,3)

  • Left main (or primary) bronchus (1,3)

  • Secondary (or lobar) bronchi (1)

  • Terminal bronchioles

  • Respiratory bronchioles

  • Alveoli

  • Superior lobe (R & L) (1,2,3)

  • Middle lobe (R) (1,2,3)

  • Inferior lobe (R&L) (1,2,3)

Thoracic cavity and wall

Pulmonary circulation

  • Pulmonary valve (1,2)

  • Pulmonary trunk (1,2)

  • Left and right pulmonary arteries (1,2)

  • Capillary bed

  • Left and right pulmonary veins (1,2)

  • Left atrium (1,2)




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