Which of the following is described as an inflammation of the pulmonary lobules that typically results from infection?
The alveolar exchange surfaces of the lungs are approximately
A)75 square kilometers.
B)140 square meters.
C)1400 square centimeters.
D)7 square kilometers.
E)14 square meters.
Fever, coughing, chest pain, fatigue, and weight loss are signs and symptoms of
Someone suffering from a lack of angiotensin-converting enzyme may have a problem with their
A)endothelial cells of the alveolar capillaries.
B)septal cells of the alveolar ducts.
C)squamous epithelial cells of the alveoli.
D)alveolar macrophages within the alveolar sacs.
E)type II pneumocytes lining the respiratory bronchioles.