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Sneezing is a coordinated protective respiratory reflex which occurs

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Sneezing is a coordinated protective respiratory reflex which occurs due to stimulation of the upper respiratory

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Figure 1 Neuronal pathways in the normal sneeze reflex

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Schematic presentation of the main protective and defensive reflexes in cats. Airflow record (V

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Figure 2 Hypothesized parasympathetic summation as a trigger for sneezing

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Examples of the Hering-Breüer inflation reflex. At left, lung volume is increased (at arrows) and maintained increased. Breathing activity ceases, for a ...

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Changes in glottal diameter and area, and pleural pressure in the sneeze, cough,

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Table 1 Hypothesized parasympathetic efferents as a trigger for sneezing

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Fig. 11 A highly diagrammatic illustration of the process of gas exchange in the mammalian lungs, emphasizing the differences between the gas compositions ...

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8 The muscles of forceful breathing (inhalation and exhalation). The color code is the same as on the left. In addition to a more forceful and extensive ...

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Involvement of various TRP channels in patients with respiratory distress

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Records of respiratory airflow and tidal volume (VT, inspiration upward). Note the interruptions of expiratory flow during expiration, ...

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Figure 1. Cigarette smoke is a complex mixture of thousands of chemical compounds including free radicles and oxidants. Cigarette smoke activates alveolar ...

Gradual increase in volume and frequency, followed by a gradual decrease in volume and frequency, with apnea periods of 10 - 30 seconds between cycle.

Fig. 10 A histological cross-section through an alveolar wall showing the layers through which the gases have to move between the blood plasma and the ...

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Figure 4: Cine-photographs of glottis in sneeze, cough, AspR, and

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The bronchioles lead to a group of microscopic sacs called alveoli, which look like clusters of grapes. Each healthy adult lung contains millions of tiny ...

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Antagonists representing potential antitussive and anti-inflammatory therapeutics for various respiratory airway diseases

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