Volumetric Composition of the Human Lung
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The human lung contains a variety of structures, which were briefly described in Chapter II. They are distributed throughout the organ in a more or less “random” fashion (see p. 10). At various points of the subsequent analysis we shall refer to the relative volumes occupied by these components. We shall, therefore, first attempt a volumetric analysis of the composition of the human lung.
KeywordsHuman Lung Point Counting Volumetric Analysis Interlobular Septum Alveolar Duct
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