Commentary on Anatomy of the Respiratory


Benjamin L. Robinson*

The morphology of the respiratory system regarding the phylogenetic relation among selected Testudines Because ferrets' upper and lower respiratory tracts are so comparable to humans', they've been employed as a research model for respiratory function. The ferret's upper respiratory tract is complicated, beginning with the nose and nasal cavity. Except in primates, including humans, the nasal cavity of mammals is thought to have a primary olfactory role. This olfactory sense necessitates a sophisticated nasal cavity with ideal temperature and humidity for detecting the molecules that give rise to odour. In-room cone-beam computed tomography does not explicitly depict patient respiratory motion, and picture quality and CT numbers for target delineation and/or adaptive treatment planning are typically low.

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