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Child Aged Nine with Healthy Lung Anatomy

Joanna Culley

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Image Description:

Illustration of a female child showing what healthy lungs should look like in the chest. The lungs sit on the left and right sides of the upper chest or thorax, inside the ribcage and are a pair of spongy, air-filled organs. When a child takes a breath, air comes in through the nose and mouth, goes down the throat, and into the main airway leading to the lungs called the trachea. Inhaled air is conducted into the lungs through tubular branches, called bronchi. The bronchi then divide into smaller and smaller branches called bronchioles. The bronchioles eventually end in clusters of microscopic air sacs called alveoli.

Image File Sizes:

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Small

449x600px

1.5x2.0” @300dpi
6.2x8.3" @72dpi

3.8x5.1cm @300dpi
15.8x21.2cm @72dpi

Medium

897x1200px

3.0x4.0” @300dpi
12.4x16.7" @72dpi

7.6x10.2cm @300dpi
31.6x43.3cm @72dpi

Large

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6.0x8.0” @300dpi
24.9x33.3" @72dpi

15.2x20.3cm @300dpi
63.2x84.7cm @72dpi

X-Large

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8.8x11.7” @300dpi
36.4x48.8" @72dpi

22.2x29.8cm @300dpi
92.6x124.0cm @72dpi

Anatomy Visible in the Medical Illustration Includes:

Lungs, female child, trachea, bronchi.

Image created by:

Joanna Culley


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