What is the lining of the lungs?
The lining of the Lungs is called the pleura, it is a lubricating fluid that makes sure the lungs don't scrape against the ribs.
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The lining that encases both of the lungs is called the pleura. Itis a moist, clinging, tissue thin membrane.
the membrane on the surface of the lung is called the parietal pleura, but the membrance that lines the lungs themselves are called the visceral pleura.
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It is called the Diaphragm, which is under the lungs and rib cage.. The Diaphragm is what moves the rib cage up and down when you breath in and out.
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The condition that causes the lungs to thicken is interstitum lungdisease. The interstitum is a lace-like network of tissue that canbecome inflamed or scarred and that us what… leads to lungthickening
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