ochricn rsinbcioth aecssu suausmqo lisatampea fo het eitdpduafsetosir oulnamcr ipieuhmtle ni teh rinbcoh dna sloioherncb
---- thees nlaoucrm uhiptemile lrmaynol tintceboru ot the iimryocuacl rneaaelcc dan gmsniko sloa gmasdea tish reecancl,a so nac get eht ulec fmro ahtt oot
I was stuck on this one for a long time but maybe my super round about way will help someone?
you know this person has chronic bronchitis (especially cause they have cyanosis which is blue bloater vs pink puffer of emphysema). The distinguishment of pink vs blue is b/c in emphysema you have destruction of both the alveoli with the associated vasculature. Therefore there is no V/Q mismatch (pink). But in chronic bronchitis the damage is further up from the alveoli. All the other answers were in the alveoli so that's how I chose pseudostratified columnar epithelial cells.
Or maybe i'm just dum as hell and this level of overthinking is why i'm losing points on other questions