Flashcards in Lungs: Basics Deck (14):
Each lung has these two named features.
1) Apex (Superior)
2) Base (inferior)
Which surface of the lung is often mistaken for the base?
What are the three surfaces of the lung?
Which of the boarders of the lung is decribed as beign narrow and sharp?
Which surface of the is decribed as being wide and rounded?
What feature of the lung is on the mediastinal surface of the lung and houses the opening for the vessels, nerves and bronchi to pass?
What is the part of the lung that is formed by the structures which pass through the hilum?
At what point of the lung, is it connected with the heart?
T/F: The bronchi are always posterior within the root of the lung?
Which vessel of the will carry deoxygenated blood to the lung?
Which vessel will carry oxygenated blood from the lung to the heart?
T/F: The root of the lung is covered by pleura.
What is the double layered membrane that will surround the root of the lung?