How is lung inflation maintained?

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How is lung inflation maintained?

Respiratory tract:

The respiratory tract is defined as the respiratory system part involved with respiration. It is divided into Upper and Lower tracts.

The upper respiratory tract is formed by the nasal cavity, larynx, and pharynx, while trachea, primary bronchi, and lungs compose the lower tract.

Respiratory tract anatomy

Answer and Explanation:

Inhalation is an active movement. Several factors are preventing the lungs from inflation. Generally speaking, to inflate the lungs with gas, it's...

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