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Soction D: Lung volumes and Capacities
1. Expoture to occupational hazards such as coal dust, salica dust. and anbestos may.
Soction D: Lung volumes and Capacities
1. Expoture to occupational hazards such as coal dust, salica dust. and asbentos may.
Soction D: Lung volumes and Capacities 1. Expoture to occupational hazards such as coal dust, salica dust. and anbestos may. lead to fibrosis, or scarring of lung tissue. With this condition, the lungs become stift and have more "recoil." What would happen to TLC and VC under these conditions? 2. In severe emphysema there is destruction of lung tissue and reduced recol What would you expect to happen to TLC and VC? 3. Describe why the residual volume exists. What would be the physiological consequences of being able to fully emply the lungs on exhalation? Soction D: Lung volumes and Capacities 1. Expoture to occupational hazards such as coal dust, salica dust. and asbentos may. lead to fibrosis, or scarring of lung tissue. With this condition, the lungs become stift and have more "recoil." What would happen to TLC and VC under these conditions? 2. In severe emphysema there is destruction of lung tissue and reduced recol What would you expect to happen to TLC and VC? 3. Describe why the residual volume exists. What would be the physiological consequences of being able to fully emply the lungs on exhalation?


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With fibrosis, the lungs become stiff and have more recoil. This means that the lungs have a decreased ability to expand and hold air, This resulting
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