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Pulmonary Collection

"Pulmonary: Unveiling the Intricacies of our Vital Breath" Discover the wonders of the pulmonary system through a captivating journey

Background imagePulmonary Collection: Diagram of the lungs and bronchial tubes

Diagram of the lungs and bronchial tubes
A diagram of the lungs and bronchial tubes, with a section of the windpipe

Background imagePulmonary Collection: Pneumothorax treatment, X-ray

Pneumothorax treatment, X-ray
Pneumothorax treatment (image 2 of 2). X-ray of the chest of a patient, showing treatment with a drain of a partial collapse of one lung (at right) in pneumothorax

Background imagePulmonary Collection: Neck anatomy, 19th Century artwork

Neck anatomy, 19th Century artwork. Historical hand coloured lithographic print showing the blood vessels (red and blue), lymph vessels (white threads), lymph nodes (white)

Background imagePulmonary Collection: Tuberculosis, X-ray

Tuberculosis, X-ray
Tuberculosis. X-ray of the chest of a 25 year old male patient with pulmonary tuberculosis. Affected areas of the lungs (dark areas) are shown by grainy white patches

Background imagePulmonary Collection: Diagram of the heart, lungs and windpipe

Diagram of the heart, lungs and windpipe

Background imagePulmonary Collection: Konstantin Buteyko, Soviet doctor

Konstantin Buteyko, Soviet doctor
Konstantin Pavlovich Buteyko (1923-2003), Soviet medical doctor and researcher. In the 1950s, Buteyko, a Ukrainian, developed a theory on the effects of deep breathing (hyperventilation)

Background imagePulmonary Collection: Tension pneumothorax, X-ray

Tension pneumothorax, X-ray
Tension pneumothorax. X-ray of the chest of a patient with tension pneumothorax that has lead to soft-tissue emphysema. Tension pneumothorax is a progressive deterioration

Background imagePulmonary Collection: Heart and lungs

Heart and lungs. Historical anatomical artwork of the human heart and lungs, seen from the front. Dissection hooks have been used to draw back the lungs (red)

Background imagePulmonary Collection: Cystic fibrosis

Cystic fibrosis. Light micrograph of a section through a bronchus (airway) of the lungs in a case of cystic fibrosis (mucoviscidosis)

Background imagePulmonary Collection: Female heart anatomy, illustration

Female heart anatomy, illustration
Female heart anatomy, computer illustration

Background imagePulmonary Collection: Anatomy of male respiratory system and internal organs

Anatomy of male respiratory system and internal organs
Anatomy of male respiratory system, including the mouth, cutaway view. Other internal organs are visible in half tones

Background imagePulmonary Collection: Anatomy of female body with internal organs

Anatomy of female body with internal organs

Background imagePulmonary Collection: Internal organs of the respiratory and digestive system

Internal organs of the respiratory and digestive system
Human male anatomy showing internal organs of the respiratory and digestive system

Background imagePulmonary Collection: Diagram of the circulation of blood as understood after William Harvey's work

Diagram of the circulation of blood as understood after William Harvey's work
5309470 Diagram of the circulation of blood as understood after William Harvey's work, showing the Lesser Circulation (Pulmonary Circulation)

Background imagePulmonary Collection: Male chest anatomy of thorax with heart, veins, arteries and lungs

Male chest anatomy of thorax with heart, veins, arteries and lungs

Background imagePulmonary Collection: HOCHE DIES AT WETZLAR

HOCHE DIES AT WETZLAR
LOUIS LAZARE HOCHE, French general, dies of a pulmonary infection at Wetzlar, while campaigning. He is aged only 29 and is a severe loss to the French military. Date: 1797

Background imagePulmonary Collection: The roots of the lungs and posterior pulmonary plexus, seen from behind (engraving)

The roots of the lungs and posterior pulmonary plexus, seen from behind (engraving)
3634173 The roots of the lungs and posterior pulmonary plexus, seen from behind (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imagePulmonary Collection: Church Street, Fraserburg (b / w photo)

Church Street, Fraserburg (b / w photo)
3092481 Church Street, Fraserburg (b/w photo) by English Photographer, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Church Street, Fraserburg)

Background imagePulmonary Collection: Human heart, illustration

Human heart, illustration
Human heart, computer illustration

Background imagePulmonary Collection: Illustration of the human heart anatomy

Illustration of the human heart anatomy

Background imagePulmonary Collection: Illustration of glass heart

Illustration of glass heart

Background imagePulmonary Collection: Female vascular system, illustration

Female vascular system, illustration
Female vascular system, computer illustration

Background imagePulmonary Collection: 3D rendering of healthy female internal organs

3D rendering of healthy female internal organs

Background imagePulmonary Collection: Male anatomy of internal organs

Male anatomy of internal organs, with heart highlighted and rest of organs in half tone

Background imagePulmonary Collection: Male skeleton with internal organs on blue background

Male skeleton with internal organs on blue background

Background imagePulmonary Collection: Cutaway diagram of human respiratory system

Cutaway diagram of human respiratory system, including nasal and mouth cross section

Background imagePulmonary Collection: Anatomy of female body with internal organs superimposed

Anatomy of female body with internal organs superimposed

Background imagePulmonary Collection: Asbestosis, X-ray C017 / 7143

Asbestosis, X-ray C017 / 7143
Asbestosis. X-ray of the chest of a 78 year old male that has been exposed to asbestos, showing diffuse plaques (light grey areas) in the lungs (dark)

Background imagePulmonary Collection: Pneumothorax, X-ray C017 / 7148

Pneumothorax, X-ray C017 / 7148
Pneumothorax. X-ray of the chest of a 50 year old male patient with a pneumothorax, or collapsed lung. The right lung (left on X-ray) has collapsed due to a build-up of air (solid grey)

Background imagePulmonary Collection: Female skeleton and organs, artwork

Female skeleton and organs, artwork
Female skeleton and organs and blood vessels, artwork

Background imagePulmonary Collection: Female anatomy, historical model

Female anatomy, historical model
Female anatomy. 1920s anatomical model showing the internal organs of the female upper body with the intestines, stomach and liver removed

Background imagePulmonary Collection: Diseased alveoli in the lung

Diseased alveoli in the lung. Cutaway computer artwork showing the interior of diseased alveoli (spheres) and bronchioles, (tubes) and blood vessels (red and purple) of the lungs

Background imagePulmonary Collection: Heart of stone

Heart of stone, computer artwork. The heart is a hollow sac (lower frame) of muscular tissue that pumps blood around the body. Small surface coronary blood vessels supply the heart muscle with blood

Background imagePulmonary Collection: Human lungs, anatomical artwork

Human lungs, anatomical artwork
Human lungs. Anatomical artwork of the human lungs (red, centre left and right) and respiratory system. The heart (which has been removed here) is located between the lungs

Background imagePulmonary Collection: Illustration of respiratory system of bird showing lung, trachea, bronchus, pulmonary alveolus

Illustration of respiratory system of bird showing lung, trachea, bronchus, pulmonary alveolus, and syrinx

Background imagePulmonary Collection: Conceptual image of internal organs of the respiratory and digestive systems

Conceptual image of internal organs of the respiratory and digestive systems

Background imagePulmonary Collection: Comparison of healthy and unhealthy female organs

Comparison of healthy and unhealthy female organs
3D rendering comparing healthy female organs and unhealthy female organs

Background imagePulmonary Collection: Pulmonary embolism, pathway of embolus to the heart and lungs

Pulmonary embolism, pathway of embolus to the heart and lungs

Background imagePulmonary Collection: 3D rendering of unhealthy female internal organs

3D rendering of unhealthy female internal organs

Background imagePulmonary Collection: Neck and head arteries, MRA scan C016 / 6449

Neck and head arteries, MRA scan C016 / 6449
Neck and head arteries. Coloured magnetic resonance angiography (MRA) scan of a normal carotid system of a 36 year old patient

Background imagePulmonary Collection: Pneumothorax, X-ray C017 / 7812

Pneumothorax, X-ray C017 / 7812
Pneumothorax. X-ray of the chest of a patient with a pneumothorax, or collapsed lung. The right lung (left on X-ray) has collapsed due to a build-up of air (solid grey)

Background imagePulmonary Collection: Hydropneumothorax, X-ray C017 / 7810

Hydropneumothorax, X-ray C017 / 7810
Hydropneumothorax. X-ray of the chest of a female patient with a hydropneumothorax of the right lung (seen at left). This is a condition where air and fluid accumulate in the spaces around the lungs

Background imagePulmonary Collection: Lung cancer, X-ray C016 / 4432

Lung cancer, X-ray C016 / 4432
Lung cancer. Coloured chest X-ray of a 64 year old male patient with lung cancer. The tumour is seen as the orange mass in the right lung (dark area at left)

Background imagePulmonary Collection: Art of pulmonary tuberculosis with lung cavities

Art of pulmonary tuberculosis with lung cavities
Pulmonary tuberculosis. Illustration of a human lung diseased with pulmonary tuberculosis. At centre right is the affected lung seen sectioned through; at left is the heart with its associated blood

Background imagePulmonary Collection: Lungs and bronchial tree, artwork

Lungs and bronchial tree, artwork
Lungs, computer artwork. Both the bronchial tree, the network of airways serving both lungs, and the overall shape of the lungs, is shown here

Background imagePulmonary Collection: Lung abscess, X-ray

Lung abscess, X-ray
Lung abscess. Coloured X-ray showing an abscess (dense coloured area, upper right) in the upper lobe of a patients left lung (right). An abscess is an accumulation of puss within a cavity in tissue

Background imagePulmonary Collection: Bacterial lung infection

Bacterial lung infection, computer artwork. Rod-shaped bacteria (bacilli, green) on the surface of the alveoli of the lungs (purple)



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"Pulmonary: Unveiling the Intricacies of our Vital Breath" Discover the wonders of the pulmonary system through a captivating journey. Dive into a world where life-sustaining breaths take center stage, as we explore various aspects that define our respiratory health. Embark on this educational voyage with a detailed diagram showcasing the intricate structure of lungs and bronchial tubes. Marvel at their complexity, understanding how they facilitate oxygen exchange within our bodies. Witness medical advancements in pneumothorax treatment through X-ray imagery, offering hope to those affected by this condition. Delve into neck anatomy studies, unraveling the secrets hidden beneath our skin while appreciating 19th Century artwork depicting these discoveries. Uncover the devastating impact of tuberculosis through haunting X-ray images that reveal its presence within afflicted lungs. Gain insight into how interconnected systems work together harmoniously with an enlightening diagram illustrating the heart, lungs, and windpipe. Experience tension pneumothorax's urgency via gripping X-rays that depict its severity and prompt intervention requirements. Grasp the symbiotic relationship between heart and lungs; two vital organs intricately linked for optimal functioning. Explore cystic fibrosis' challenges faced by patients daily; understand their resilience amidst adversity. Learn about Konstantin Buteyko's groundbreaking contributions as a Soviet doctor revolutionizing respiratory therapy techniques. Marvel at abdominal arteries' inner workings revealed in an illuminating X-ray image (P206 / 0309), highlighting their significance in maintaining overall health. Discover Hantavirus' impact on pulmonary health – raising awareness about potential risks lurking in nature's realm. Reflect upon "HOCHE DIES AT WETZLAR, " reminding us of historical milestones shaping modern medicine's understanding diseases throughout time. Join us on this extraordinary expedition exploring every facet of "pulmonary. " Let curiosity guide you as we unravel mysteries surrounding respiration - an awe-inspiring process essential to our very existence.