Alveoli sentence example

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  • The respiratory bronchioles have single alveoli off their walls.
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  • Your breast is full of ducts and sensitive alveoli.
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  • Inside the lungs the bronchi divide into smaller and smaller airways until they end up as small air sacs called alveoli.
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  • All other particles that are too small to impact will be carried deep into the lungs and reach the terminal bronchioles and alveoli.
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  • As millions of alveoli gradually expand, the chest takes on the enlarged, barrel-shaped appearance typical of emphysema.
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  • Oxygen in the inspired air is exchanged within the alveoli of the lungs for carbon dioxide, a waste product of human metabolism.
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  • Small blood vessels in the lungs (capillaries) begin to empty protein-rich fluid into the alveoli, a condition that results in a less functional area for oxygen-carbon dioxide exchange.
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  • Consolidation, a feature of bacterial pneumonia, occurs when the alveoli, which are normally hollow air spaces within the lung, instead become solid due to quantities of fluid and debris.
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  • These types of pneumonia primarily infect the walls of the alveoli and the stroma of the lung.
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  • The alveoli fill further with fluid and debris from the large number of white blood cells being produced to fight the infection.
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  • Children may cough up clumps of sputum or phlegm, secretions produced in the alveoli during the infection or inflammatory condition.
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  • Surfactant-A protective film secreted by the alveoli in the lungs that reduces the surface tension of lung fluids, allowing gas exchange and helping maintain the elasticity of lung tissue.
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  • The lungs continue to develop with the formation of air sac (alveoli); the eyes finish developing.
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  • If a newborn infant is to breathe properly, the small air sacs (alveoli) at the ends of the breathing tubes must remain open so that oxygen in the air can get into the tiny blood vessels that surround the alveoli.
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  • If an infant is born prematurely, enough surfactant might not have formed in the alveoli causing the lungs to collapse and making it very difficult for the baby to get enough air (and the oxygen it contains).
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  • Hyaline membrane-A fibrous layer that settles in the alveoli in respiratory distress syndrome and prevents oxygen from escaping from inhaled air to the bloodstream.
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  • The alveoli are actually what fills with milk, and when your baby attaches to the areola of the breast and begins to suck, the aveoli empty into the milk ducts and out the nipple into your baby's mouth.
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  • The alveoli are lined with receptors that communitcate to your body that it's time to make more milk.
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  • The milk ejection reflex or 'let down', is when the alveoli push milk out.
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  • After your alveoli have emptied, your body begins to make a richer, fattier 'hindmilk.'
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  • However, deep inhalation is still required to produce the rapid pulse of nicotine to the brain associated with absorption in the lung alveoli.
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  • Branches within the primary lobule give rise to alveolar ducts, which in turn give off alveoli.
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  • The pulmonary vessels form the rich plexus of capillaries around the alveoli.
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  • During the second half of pregnancy, secretory activity increases and the alveoli become distended by accumulating colostrum.
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  • Milk ejection is the forceful expulsion of milk from the alveoli openings.
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  • In the lungs, capillaries are located next to the alveoli so that they can pick up oxygen from inhaled air.
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  • Because air passes obstructions more easily during inhalation than during exhalation, over time, air becomes trapped in the smallest chambers of the lungs, the alveoli.
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  • These bronchi branch into smaller air tubes that run within the lungs, leading to the small air sacs of the lungs (alveoli).
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  • Pulmonary edema can result from fluids leaking into the alveoli (air sacs) of the lung.
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  • The alveoli, in which oxygen and carbon dioxide are exchanged, are clustered at the ends of the bronchioles.
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  • Lung stroma, the tissue of the lung, serves a supportive role for the bronchi, bronchioles, and alveoli.
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  • Oxygen enters the body as inspired air and travels through the respiratory system to the alveoli.
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