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Internal Respiration

Summary Information: Internal Respiration

Internal Respiration: Internal respiration is a process in which gases are exchanged between the blood and the body tissues and cells. During internal respiration, oxygen is transported from the blood into the cells, which produce energy from the oxygen and release carbon dioxide into the blood as a waste product. The circulatory system is involved in internal respiration.

Conditions that can afflict the process of internal respiration include cancer, hemorrhage, sepsis, and anemia.

Closely Related Organs: Internal Respiration

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Conditions Afflicting Organs: Internal Respiration

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Sub Parts: Internal Respiration

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Symptoms Related to Afflictions of: Internal Respiration

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