Lung Key Terms

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

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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