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Uterus

...  intercourse, it is the uterus that allows the woman to feel that burst of sensation when she reaches climax. The uterus is basically the uterine gland, which has a tube-like shape and is lined by ciliated columnar epithelium. When a woman isn’t pregnant, this is very small in size. But it expands shortly after a woman gets impregnated and takes on a contorted or waved appearance. It has  ...

Trachea

...  and choking. When a foreign object is trapped in the trachea and blocks the airway, choking occurs. The body’s response to choking is through the coughing reflex. This allows the cilia or the ciliated cells to push the object that causes a person to choke out of the trachea as well as out of the respiratory system. If the trachea is damaged, intubation is induced to the patients, where  ...