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Lecture 19: Respiratory System I
In this lecture Professor Diamond wraps up her coverage of the lymphatic system and moves onto the respiratory system. She begins with an overview of otolaryngology (the ear, nose, throat) and discusses the vocal chords and their changes during puberty.

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