Lung Key Terms

C H D V C U H J W L H S E X H S U A E B E
R Y M I U K E Q Q S X L M G K V B M V J G
M M Y S Y Q L O W J H X P B T O U V Y A V
C M T B H O T H D X Q J G F P L N J W K H
M T I W E R R L T K O I N W O J U G Y H N
U S C H M Q M H L G H J O V N U H Q K I N
U Y A S U U N U O P T V L O V D Y I E J Y
R T P J L G C J F B O A A W P A W H S F X
Y I A K O H Q Y L V D W K O R I G M P W A
N C C O V R O L R I L H W V R O P P F S G
M A G D L X J K T A F A S F I A J G F W X
K P N H A U S J N J F S G Y B W Q S E K I
K A U B U P U T A W Q X O Y V K H F S Q M
X C L C D T W L L C P H W M U N L P Q M W
I L L E I W J D Y D B J V H T R L A S D L
A A A A S V O X M X C R T M L I X V A B F
Q T T X E T D P K T V L X K L R E T A M T
M I O M R S X L U V K E F K E Y R R M J N
R V T R H F A F N S T C I X C L X L E H H
L U J X R B Q J L F T F G F I C S S X O R
I W K P F O E U F L E M J K A Q C N X O A

Clues

  • Maximum volume of air that can be expired after a maximum inspiration. (5, 8)
  • The maximum amount of air that can fill the lungs. (5, 4, 8)
  • The volume of air moved into or out of the lungs during quiet breathing. (5, 6)
  • Volume of gas left in the lungs after maximum expiration. (8, 6)

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