Lung Key Terms

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

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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