1. Human lungs infographic

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  2. PPT

    presentation on the lungs

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    presentation on the lungs

  4. Lungs: Definition, Location, Anatomy, Function, Diagram, Diseases

    presentation on the lungs

  5. Lung Anatomy & Function

    presentation on the lungs


    presentation on the lungs


  1. Lungs (Glastonbury 2014) CHVRCHES Live

  2. Percussion of lungs

  3. How Does Scleroderma Affect the Lungs?

  4. Circulation

  5. Surface Anatomy of Lung

  6. Machine Learning


  1. The lungs presentation

    The lungs presentation. The lungs are the essential organs for respiration in air-breathing animals. In humans, the trachea divides into the two main bronchi that enter the roots of the lungs, continuing to branch into bronchioles and alveolar sacs made up of clusters of alveoli where gas exchange occurs. The principal function of the lungs is ...

  2. Lung: Anatomy, blood supply, innervation, functions

    The lungs have dual, parallel blood supply referred to as pulmonary and systemic circuits. The pulmonary circuit arises from the heart and brings deoxygenated blood to the lung for gas exchange. This circuit also takes oxygenated blood back to the heart to be redistributed to the rest of the body.


    The lungs, pleura, and tracheobronchial tree are described. The lungs are paired organs located in the thoracic cavity surrounded by pleural cavities. Each lung has lobes separated by fissures, and a root containing structures entering and leaving at the hilum. The pleura is a membrane lining the thoracic wall and covering the lungs.

  4. 22.2 The Lungs

    The costal surface of the lung borders the ribs. The mediastinal surface faces the midline. Figure 22.2.1 Gross Anatomy of the Lungs. Each lung is composed of smaller units called lobes. Fissures separate these lobes from each other. The right lung consists of three lobes: the superior, middle, and inferior lobes.

  5. The Lungs

    Anatomical Position and Relations. The lungs lie either side of the mediastinum, within the thoracic cavity. Each lung is surrounded by a pleural cavity, which is formed by the visceral and parietal pleura. They are suspended from the mediastinum by the lung root - a collection of structures entering and leaving the lungs.

  6. Lungs: Anatomy, Function, and Treatment

    Anatomy of the Lungs. A spongy organ that moves oxygen through the bloodstream. The lungs are a major organ that is part of the respiratory system, taking in fresh air and getting rid of old, stale air. This mechanism of breathing also helps to allow you to talk. By taking in fresh air, the lungs are able to help oxygenate blood to be carried ...

  7. Learn more about Lungs

    Embark on a fascinating journey into the world of lung anatomy! Specifically designed for educational purposes, this Google Slides and PowerPoint template features detailed illustrations that unveil the complex structure and functionality of the lungs. Engage students, medical professionals, or enthusiasts with visually immersive slides ...

  8. Meet the lungs! (video)

    Meet the lungs! Breathing in through the mouth or nose, air travels down the throat, through the Adam's apple or voice box, and into the lungs. The lungs, which look like an upside-down tree, direct air to tiny sacs called alveoli. Oxygen from the air enters the bloodstream, while waste carbon dioxide exits into the alveoli and is exhaled.

  9. How the Lungs Work

    The Lungs. Your lungs are the pair of spongy, pinkish-gray organs in your chest. When you inhale (breathe in), air enters your lungs, and oxygen from that air moves to your blood. At the same time, carbon dioxide, a waste gas, moves from your blood to the lungs and is exhaled (breathed out). This process, called gas exchange, is essential to life.

  10. The lungs and pulmonary system (video)

    The lungs and pulmonary system. Breathing is a vital process that allows our bodies to take in necessary oxygen and expel waste carbon dioxide. Air enters through the nose or mouth, journeys down the throat, and reaches the lungs via tubes called bronchi. These bronchi split into smaller tubes, bronchioles, ending in tiny air sacs known as alveoli.

  11. Respiratory system: Anatomy and functions

    The main function of the respiratory system is pulmonary ventilation, which is the movement of air between the atmosphere and the lung by inspiration and expiration driven by the respiratory muscles. The respiratory system works as a whole to extract the oxygen from the inhaled air and eliminate the carbon dioxide from the body by exhalation.

  12. Respiratory System: Organs, Facts, Anatomy & Function

    Respiratory System. Your respiratory system is made up of your lungs, airways (trachea, bronchi and bronchioles), diaphragm, voice box, throat, nose and mouth. Its main function is to breathe in oxygen and breathe out carbon dioxide. It also helps protect you from harmful particles and germs and allows you to smell and speak.

  13. Lung

    lung, in air-breathing vertebrates, either of the two large organs of respiration located in the chest cavity and responsible for adding oxygen to and removing carbon dioxide from the blood. In humans each lung is encased in a thin membranous sac called the pleura, and each is connected with the trachea (windpipe) by its main bronchus (large ...


    Lungs are a pair of respiratory organs situated in a thoracic cavity. Right and left lung are separated by the mediastinum. Texture -- Spongy. Color - Young - brown. Adults -- mottled black due to deposition of carbon particles. Weight-. Right lung - 600 gms. Left lung - 550 gms.

  15. Structure and Function of the lung

    The document describes the structure and function of the lungs and trachea. It discusses key anatomical features like the trachea, bronchi, bronchopulmonary segments, blood supply, lymphatic drainage, and gas exchange in the lungs. 2. It also provides information on measuring lung volumes using spirometry and includes two sample patient cases ...

  16. Lungs 101

    The lungs replenish the body with life-giving oxygen. Learn about the anatomy of the lungs, how the organs make respiration possible, and how they are vulnerable to illnesses. ... If you have questions about how to cite anything on our website in your project or classroom presentation, please contact your teacher. They will best know the ...

  17. Lung function: What do they do, and how to test their function

    The main role of the lungs is to transfer life-giving oxygen into the blood supply, but they also have other functions, including helping regulate blood pressure. Learn about the lung structure ...

  18. Physiology, Lung

    The lungs are the foundational organs of the respiratory system, whose most basic function is to facilitate gas exchange from the environment into the bloodstream. Oxygen gets transported through the alveoli into the capillary network, where it can enter the arterial system, ultimately perfuse tissue. The respiratory system is composed primarily of the nose, oropharynx, larynx, trachea ...

  19. Lungs : Anatomy, Function and Related Diseases

    Lungs are the primary respiratory organs found in humans and most animals. The respiratory system consists of lung parenchyma and airway. The airway consists of the bronchus, which bifurcates into trachea and further divides into bronchioles and alveoli. Humans have two lungs - a right lung and a left lung. It is found in the thoracic cavity ...

  20. Free Lung-themed Google Slides & PowerPoint templates

    Download the "Lungs and Respiratory System" presentation for PowerPoint or Google Slides. The education sector constantly demands dynamic and effective ways to present information. This template is created with that very purpose in mind. Offering the best resources, it allows educators or students to efficiently manage their presentations and ...

  21. Lungs and Respiratory System Presentation

    Free Google Slides theme, PowerPoint template, and Canva presentation template. Download the "Lungs and Respiratory System" presentation for PowerPoint or Google Slides. The education sector constantly demands dynamic and effective ways to present information. This template is created with that very purpose in mind.

  22. COVID-19 Lung Damage

    What does COVID do to lungs? COVID-19 can cause lung complications such as pneumonia and, in the most severe cases, acute respiratory distress syndrome, or ARDS. Sepsis, another possible complication of COVID-19, can also cause lasting harm to the lungs and other organs.Newer coronavirus variants may also cause more airway disease, such as bronchitis, that may be severe enough to warrant ...

  23. Guideline concordance for timely chest imaging after new presentations

    Patients with recent chest imaging pre-presentation were much less likely to receive imaging (adjusted OR 0.16, 95% CI 0.14-0.18 for dyspnoea, and adjusted OR 0.09, 95% CI 0.06-0.11 for haemoptysis). History of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease/asthma was also associated with lower odds of guideline concordance (dyspnoea: OR 0.234, 95% CI 0 ...

  24. Cessation Therapeutics Announces Oral Presentation of Preliminary

    The following abstract is being presented as an oral presentation at the annual meeting of the College on Problems of Drug Dependence (CPDD) in Montreal on June 19 at 11:30 am ET. The preliminary ...

  25. A Very Rare Presentation of a Rare Lung Cancer: Intussusception as the

    @article{Hernandez2024AVR, title={A Very Rare Presentation of a Rare Lung Cancer: Intussusception as the Presenting Symptom of Sarcomatoid Carcinoma of the Lung}, author={D. Hernandez and J. Gartland and B.P. Young}, journal={B80-7.

  26. Innovent Delivers Oral Presentation on Clinical Data of IBI363 (First

    Professor Xueli Bai, The First Affiliated Hospital, School of Medicine, Zhejiang University, stated: "Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer death worldwide, of which non-small cell lung ...

  27. Exploring the role of silica exposure in the aetiology of interstitial

    The paper by Iversen and colleagues1 in this issue of Occupational and Environmental Medicine provides interesting insights into the potential contribution of inhaled respirable crystalline silica (RCS) in the development of idiopathic interstitial lung disorders and sarcoidosis. It also interestingly showed an association between low levels of cumulative RCS exposure and the presence of ...