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    One tree, many branches of the bronchial system and the alveoli

    When looking at the two-dimensional drawing from the outside, it seems that the expression “bronchial tree” fits it perfectly (except for the fact that the tree is upside down). There is a trunk (trachea), many branches (bronchi), which, becoming thinner, end in leaves (alveoli). But this image changes completely when you start to look at the bronchial system from the inside with a bronchoscope. On YouTube, you can find many videos on this topic. The trunk and branches suddenly turn into a three-dimensional system of tunnels, a real subway inside our body. And this metro has only one function-to deliver…

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    Entry and Exit: how the larynx protects the airway

    “The tumor turned out to be a wheel from a children’s designer”, “A birthday gift with serious consequences — a mysterious patient”, “Doctors after 40 years extracted a part from a child’s designer from a lung” — under similar headlines…

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    Basics: Architecture and Design

    The lungs are an amazing mechanism. For a moment, try to imagine yourself as a Creator. Imagine that you are sitting at your Desk in your design office and the deadline for submitting drawings of the lungs expires at the…

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    Exciting World of Lungs

    In Germany, a new plague: until recently, literature about the internal organs of man was interested exclusively in medical professionals, biology teachers and hypochondriacs, and today books about the heart, skin, prostate and intestines are among the bestsellers. And here…