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ADAM_Answers_2 - CHAPTER 3 NERVOUS SYSTEM Exercise 3.1 1 postcentral gyms 2 central sulcus 3 A postcentral gyms B cerebellum central sulcus

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Unformatted text preview: CHAPTER 3: NERVOUS SYSTEM Exercise 3.1 1. postcentral gyms 2. central sulcus 3. A. postcentral gyms B. cerebellum central sulcus . precentral gyrus frontal lobe parietal lobe occipital lobe cerebellum (cut) UCF’?UO Exercise 3.2 I. A. corpus callosum (body of) B. fornix (of brain) C. septum pellucidum D. third ventricle (thalamic part of) E. cerebral aqueducr F. fourth ventricle 2. choroid plexus 3. relays information from one cerebral hemi- sphere to the other 4. produces cerebrospinal fluid Exercise 3.3 l. A. mammillary bod}r B. hypothalamic part of third ventricle . optic chiasma . adenohypophysis precentral gy’rus . thalamus (interthalamic adhesion or tha- laInic part of third ventricle) superior colliculus pineal body inferior colliculus “WOO pons cerebellum (cut) inferior olivary nucleus . neurohypophysis areeezo . corpora quadrigemina . the tree-like branching pattern in the cerebellum . the pituitary lies Within it . crossing (decussation) of the optic nerve . a. adenohypOphysis b. neurohypophysis . stalk that connects the pituitary to the hypothalamus . oxytocin and antidiuretic hormone (ADH) A.D.A.M.® interactive Anatomy Student tab Guide 9. it controls coordination of skeletal movements 10. it connects the cerebral cortex and spinal cord, and controls breathing rhythm Exercise 3.4 1. A. frontal pole B. olfactory nerve {CN 1} C. optic nerve {CN‘ 11} D. optic chiasrna E. oeulomotor nerve {CN IV} us 3 trochlear nerve {CN W} F G. opthalmic division of trigerninal nerve {CN V} G, B. maxillary division of trigeminal nerve {CN V} I. mandibular division of trigeminal nerve {CN V} J. facial nerve {CN VII} K. vestibulocochlear nerve {CN VIII} L. glossopharyngeal nerve {CN IX} M. vagus nerve {CN X} N. cerebellum O. medulla oblongata a“ P. hypoglossal nerve {CN XII}- C 1. '5 panel w Q. abducens nerve {CN VI} “9"”?- 2. Cranial Cranial Function nerve nerve (sensory, motor, name number or both) olfactory I sensory optic II sensory oculomotor 111 both, mainly motor trochlear IV both, mainly motor trigeminal V both abducens VI both, mainly motor facial VII bOth vestibulocochlear VII] sensory glossopharyngeal 1X mixed vagus X mixed spinal accessory XI motor hypoglossal XII both, mainly motor Exercise 3.5 1. A. olfactorynerve {CAT 1} B. optic chiasrna C. vestibulocochlear nerve {CN VIII} D. glossopharyngeal nerve {CN IX} E. vagus nerve {CN X} F. accessory nerve {CN XI} G. optic nerve {CN I} H. oeulornotor nerve {CN HI} I. trochlear nerve {CN IV} J. trigeminal nerve {CN V} K. pons L. abducent (abducens) nerve {CN VI} facial nerve {CN W} N. hypoglossal nerve {CN X11} 0. medulla oblongata Exercise 3.6 1. arachnoid layer 2. tough mother—protects the brain 3. dense regular connective tissue 4. spider or cobweb resemblance 5. delicate mother 6. thin, transparent connective tissue layer Exercise 3.7 1. epidural 2. adipose and some connective tissue subdural . interstitial fluid subarachnoid . cerebrospinal fluid .a. lymphocytes 13. sodium, potassium, calcium, chloride, bicar- bonate, glucose c. mechanical and chemical protection, circulation sampling» Exercise 3.8 l. A. ventral nerve root of T10 spinal nerve B. ventral ramus of T10 spinal nerve C. dorsal ramus ofT10 spinal nerve D. spinal (dorsal root) ganglion of T10 spinal nerve E. pedicle oleO vertebra F. White ramus communicans oleO spinal nerve G. gray ramus cornmunicans of T10 spinal nerve H. pedicle ofT11 vertebra I. dorsal nerve root of T10 spinal nerve dumb? Simflar nerve NAFEviWLY “is kfpafllossql 10 ._. .0 meow.» 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. \omatgxmhawm Answer Key . dorsal surface of the trunk . ventral and lateral surfaces of trunk, appendages . motor . sensory mixed . dorsal root ganglion . anterior gray horn _ ganglion of sympathetic trunk pedicle of T12 vertebra I lamina of L1 —cut lamina of L2—cut . spinal cord medullary cone (conus medullaris) _ internal terminal filum (filum terminale ternum) G. cauda equina L1 and L2 medullary cone (conus medullaris) filum terminale horses tail nerves not in a bundle; strands resemble a horses tail one of two bones forming poszerior portion of vertebral arch "rjl Exercise 3‘9 1. A. White matter gray matter ventral root of spinal nerve . dorsal nerve root of spinal nerve spinal (dorsal root) ganglion of spinal nerve spinal nerve . arachnoid mater . dura mater epidural space subdural space _ subarachnoid space pia mater eneemmmmoom Exercise 3.10 1. A. thoracic aorta nucleus pulposus right posterior inteICOstal artery epidural fat dura mater spinal nerve spinal (dorsal root) ganglion of spinal nerve . White matter gray matter transverse process of vertebra spinous process of vertebra WyfiQOWPOW Ix! HAW L. spinal branch of posterior intercostal artery M. left posterior intercostal artery N. anulus fibrosus _ the annulus fibrosus forms the outer fibrous ring and nucleolus puiposus forms the inner soft} pulpy region of an intervertebral disk . they run between and supply the rib spaces . A. anterior gray horn epidural fat gray cornn'iissure central canal dura mater ventral root of spinal nerve spinal nerve _ . spinal (dorsal root) ganglion of spinal nerve dorsal nerve root of spinal nerve White matter . gray matter posterior gray horn . subarachnoid space arm‘riz-(mgjmmpnpu p. H Exercise 3.11 1. \OOOflG‘x 11. 12. nooasomrmeows coracobrachialis muscle 2. museulocutaneous nerve 3 l. 4 brachialis muscle musculocutaneous nerve coracobrachialis muscle brachial artery . coracoid process of the scapula ulnar nerve median nerve basilic vein musculocutaneous nerve basilic vein brachialis muscle . brachiai artery ulnar nerve F. median nerve . musculocutaneous nerve . median nerve . ulnar nerve . brachial artery 10. artery normally compressed when taking blood pressure measurements a network or interjoining of nerves brachial plexus ExerciSe 3.12 1. 2. cervical diaphragm muscle; a lesion would result in dif- ficulty in breathing A.D.A.M.® Interactive Anatomy Student Lab Guide Exercise 3.13 1. A. inguinal ligament B. femoral nerve sartorius muscle femoral vein femoral artery (right) adductor longus muscle femoral artery (right) femoral vein I orange 5. femoral triangle Exercise 3.14 1. hamstrings Exercise 3.15 1. A. superior cervical ganglion of sympathetic trunk B. middle cervical ganglion of sympathetic trunk C. sympathetic trunk D. cervicothoracic sympathetic ganglion E. second thoracic sympathetic ganglion E third thoracic sympathetic ganglion G. azygos vein . azygos vein . because it consists of paired ganglia that lie on either side of the vertebral column 4. an unpaired anatomical structure U] . A. White ramus communicans of T2 spinal HCW€ 8. middle cervical ganglion of sympathetic trunk C. cervicothoracic sympathetic ganglion D. sympathetic trunk E. gray ramus communicans ofT2 spinal nerve F. second thoracic sympathetic ganglion Exercise 3.16 1 . A. fifth thoracic sympathetic ganglion siXth thoracic sympathetic ganinOn seventh thoracic sympathetic ganglion eighth thoracic sympathetic ganglion ninth thoracic sympathetic ganglion greater thoracic splanchnic nerve tenth thoracic sympathetic ganglion eleventh thoracic sympathetic ganglion IeSSer thoracic splanclmie nerve twelfth thoracic sympathetic ganglion areaemeeow fir t lumbar sympathetic ganglion) L. lumbar splanchnic nerve . ganglion of sympathetic trunk (Lateral view: {\J 10. 11. tonnes" 11 M. ganglion of sympathetic trunk (Lateral view: second lumbar sympathetic ganglion) . fifth thoracic sympathetic gangh‘on to the ninth thoracic sympathetic ganglion merge to form the greater splanchnic nerve . tenth thoracic sympathetic ganglion to the twelfth thoracic sympathetic ganglion merge to form the lesser splanchnic nerve . first lumbar sympathetic ganglion and the sec- ond lumbar sympathetic ganglion merge to form lumbar splanchnic nerve pregangliomc nerves—they are myelinated postganglionic nervesuthey are unmyelinated . myelinated unmyelinated T1 to L2 anterior or ventral ramus of spinal cord to gan— glia of sympathetic trunk ganglia of sympathetic trunk to spinal nerve Exercise 3.17 I. A. left celiac ganglion celiac trunk superior mesenteric ganglion . superior mesenteric artery left renal artery inferior mesenteric ganglion . inferior mesenteric artery amounts . abdominal aorta . Where greater splanchnic nerve synapses with its postganglionic neurons . where superior mesenteric ganglion synapses with its postganglionic neurons . where inferior mesenteric ganglion synapses with its postganglionic neurons Exercise 3.18 1. A. spinal cord medulla oblongata facial nerve {CN VII} greater petrosal nerve trigeminal nerve {CN V} pons trigeminal ganglion {CN V} . mandibular division of trigeminal nerve {CN V} I. ophthalmic division of trigeminal nerve {CN V} J. maxillary division of trigeminal nerve {CN V} K. pterygopalatine ganglion L. nasopalatine nerve lesser palatine nerve ‘ EQMWUOF‘“ ‘l 2 Answer Key N. lingual nerve 15. pons O. submandibular ganglion 14. acetylcholine 2. sympathetic—they emerge from the svrnpa- 15. acetylcholine thctic trunk 16. the parasympathetic nervous system has its 3. maxillary division of trigeminal nerve {CN V} preganglionic neurons cell located in the brain 4 facial nerve {CN WI} stem and from 32 to S4 5' stylomastoid formen 17. A. inferior cardiac branch of right vagus nerve 6. styloid process and mastoid process {CN X} ‘ _ ' 7- submandibular g an g1 i on B. 51;?61‘101‘ cardiac branch of right vagus nerve 8. lacrimation is stimulated git vagus nerve {CN X} 9. dioracolumbar division—preganglionic neuron D. left vagus nerve {CN X} E. inferior cardiac branch of left vagus nerve cell bodies located from T1 to L2 10. acetylcholine 11 n re ‘ h ' {CN X} - 0 Pine? “36 E superior cardiac branch of left vagus nerve 12. ports {CN X} CHAPTER 4: SPECIAL SENSES Exercise 4.1 C. conjunctiva 1. A. trochlea of orbit D. pupil B. superior oblique muscle E. iris C. superior rectus muscle F. sclera D. lateral rectus muscle 2. A. cornea E. optic nerve {CN 11} B. anterior chamber of the eye F. inferior rectus muscle C. iris—cut G. inferior oblique muscle D. ciliary body 2. superior oblique muscle E. lens 3. it is lateral E ciliary process 4. 21. rotates eye laterally G. posterior chamber of the eye in. rotates eye medially H. sclera—cut c. rotates eye superiorly (elevation) I. central fovea of retina d. rotates eye inferiorly (depression) I. Optic nerve {CN 11} e. rotates the eye laterally and inferiorly 5. it is the region of highest visual acuity f. rotates the eye laterally and supermfly 4. it's the exact center of the posterior part of the retina Exercise 4.2 5‘ 3- mm B. choroid 1. superior oblique muscle 2. the tendon of this muscle passes through the C' Edam tmchlea (Pulley) 6. it contains the receptors (rods and cones) for vision . lateral rectus muscle . inferior oblique muscle . superior oblique muscle transmits action potentials from the retina back to the brain 7. parasympathetic 7. highly vascularized layer that provides nutrients for the retina Emmet.» Exercise 4.4 1. A. cochlear division of vestibulocochlear nerve {CN V111} B. vestibular division of vestibulocochlear nerve {CN VIII} C. petrous portion of the temporal bone Exercise 4.3 1. A. lacrimal gland B. cornea A.D.A.M.® Interactive Anatomy Student lob Guide 1 3 D. cochlear duct F. endolymph E. tympanic membrane 2. A. I(0uter) F. stapes B. I (outer) G. malleus C. II (middle) H. external acoustic meatus D. 111 (inner) I. incus E. 111 (itmer) j. mastoid cell F. II (middle) K. anterior semicircular duet of membranous G. H (middle) labyrinth of inner ear H_ In (inner) L. lateral semicircular duct of membranous {I 111 (inner) labyrinth of inner ear M. posterior semicircular duct of membranous labyrinth of inner ear N. utricle of membranous labyrinth of inner ear Exercise 4.8 1. A. frontal sinus inferior nasal concha middle nasal concha B. olfactory nerve {CN 1} Exercise 4.5 C. oll’actory bulb I , D. cribriform plate of ethmoui bone 1, A. incus . E. superior nasal concha B. maneus C t E olfactory tract ‘ S apes G. sphenoidal sinus 2. A. hammer B H H. external nares ' Eu?“ 1. nasal vestibule C. stirrup J K. Exercise 4.6 1. A. anterior sermcrrcular canal Exercise 4.9 B. posterior semicircular canal I I 1. A. 11 L131 t 1] C. lateral semicircular canal B egfglottizns é)- :Zflcfige 0f mar ear C. foramen cecum of tongue F' W a1 Window D. terminal sulcus (sulcus terminalis) 6 round Wmdow E. palatine tonsil ' F. apex of tongue . G. fungiform papillae Exeruse 4.7 H. worm papillae 1. A. tectorial membrane I foliate papillae B' Sp organ J. median sulcus C. basilar membrane of cochlea K circumvallate papillae D' Sp ganglion 2. elevations on the tongue’s surface that normally 5- Perdl’mph contain taste buds CHAPTER 5: ENDOCRINE SYSTEM Exercise 5.] G. mucosa of sphenoidal sinus 1. A. infundibulurn of pituitary gland 2. infundibulum B. neurohypophysis 3. hypothalamus C. occipital bone 4. admohypophysis D. hypothalmic part of 3rd ventricle 5. neurohypophysis E. adenohypophysis 6. sphenoid bone F. sella turcica ‘7. sella turciea 14 Answer Key 8. sphenoidal sinus 9. changing; hormones that influence another endocrine gland 10. a. oxytoein b. enhances contraction of uterine wall smooth muscle c. antidiuretic hormone (vasopressin) d. decreases urine output due to reabsorption of water to blood Exercise 5.2 1. A. corpus cailosum B. pineal body . inferior colliculus cerebellum—cut thalamic part of 3rd ventricle superior colliculus ‘ rep-Jpn G. pons 2. pine cone shaped 5. it helps set the timing of the body’s biological clock Exercise 5.3 1. U1 A. body of hyoid bone B. superior thyroid artery thyroid cartilage left lobe of thyroid gland thymus gland manubrium C D E. E . common carotid artery . immune system (T—cell maturation) . it regulates metabolic rate, growth and develop ment, and activity of the nervous system . it lowers blood calcium by transferring it to bone . parathyroid hormone (PTH)—~it raises blood cal- cium by transferring it from bone Exercise 5.4 1. 2. 3. A. pituitary gland hypophyseal fossa of sphenoid bone lacrimal gland . parotid duct sublinguai gland submandlbular gland thyroid cartilage . right lobe of thyroid gland inferior parathyroid gland superior parathyroid gland . parotid gland sella turcica turldsh saddle WHHEQWWUOW ‘xJQUIvaA \DCO . submandibular, subiingual, parou‘d . Stensen’s duct . hypothalamus . it is the largest tracheal cartilage of the larynx . u-shaped . tears—they lubricate and cleanse the eye Exercise 5.5 1. W A. left suprarenal (adrenal) gland B. left kidney C. left renal vein D. ureter E. perirenal fat . adrenal cortex . adrenal medulla . it causes reabsorption of sodium, followed by water reabsorption to increase blood volume . the effects mimic those of the sympathetic division of the ANS Exercise 5.6 1. \J‘I-PNUQN G\ A. right lobe of liver B. descending (second) part of duodenum spleen body of pancreas C. D. E. renal fascia . islets of Langerhans . insulin . glucagon . lowers blood glucose by accelerating transport of glucose into cells and stimulating glycogenesis . raises blood glucose by stimulating glyco— genolysis . diabetes Exercise 5.7 1. A. ductus deferens \J'II-PxUJN B. head of epididymis C. testis . testosterone . it delivers sperm into the urethra . it stores sperm . it controls male secondary sex characteristics and libido Exercise 5.8 1. A. rectum body of uterus . renal fascia covering ureter . infundibulum of uterine tube ovary uterine tube “P150235 A.D.A.M.® Interactive Anatomy Student tab Guide (3. round ligament of uterus H. vagina _. estrogen and progesterone x.) 15 3. it maintains the uterine wall; controls female secondary sex characteristics and libido 4. it maintains the uterine wall during pregnancy CHAPTER 6: CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM Exercise 6.1 1. it is the space bounded by the two lungs later ally, the diaphragm inferioriy, the sternum and costal cartilages anteriorly, the bodies of the thoracic vertebrae posteriorly, and the superior thoracic aperture (thoracic inlet) superiorly right common carotid artery brachlocephalic artery right brachiocephalic vein ascending aorta superior vena cava interior of pericardial sac auricle of right atrium right atrium diaphragm left common carotid artery left subclavian artery left brachiocephalic vein . left vagus nerve {CN X} arch of aorta pulmonary trunk auricle of left atrium . left ventricle right ventricle apex of heart . auriele of right atrium . superior vena cava . the curved continuation of the ascending aorta located in the superior mediastinum 6. diaphragm . vagus nerve 8. it receives all venous blood returning to the heart 9. it carries oxygenated blood out of the left ventricle to all body parts eaowozzrnveaavweowe Viv-hm H] Exercise 6.2 1. right coronary artery 2. anterior interventricular artery _ anterior cardiac vein right marginal vein great cardiac vein widow Exercise 6.3 1. DJ VI 9. 10. 11. A. auricle of the right atrium right atrium anterior cusp of tricuspid (right AV) valve anterior papillary muscle right ventricle anterior cusp of pulmonary valve conus arteriosus septal papillary muscle chordae tendinae posterior papillary muscle trabeculae carneae P‘E‘fififilmlfipflw . right atrium, right ventricle, left atrium, left ven- tricle _ left ventricle . the left ventricle is responsible for pumping blood to the entire body . tricuspid and bicuspid (mitral) . bicuspid—between the right atrium and ven- tricle tricuspid—between the left atrium and ventricle . pulmonary and aortic semilunar valves . pulmonary semilunar valve—between RV and pulmonary artery aortic semjlunar valve"— between LV and aorta they prevent prolapse of atrioventricular valves ventricular myocardium ridges and folds covered by endothelium pulmonary valve failure resulting in hyper- trophy of RV Exercise 6.4 1. A. esophagus trachea (tracheal cartilage ring) right pulmonary artery (AIA says left) right superior pulmonary vein right inferior pulmonary vein left atrium diaphragmatic pericardium . brachiocephalic artery arch of aorta superior vena cava . asccnding aorta mnemomwoovi 16 Answer Key L. right atrium M. inferior vena cava N. right ventricle Exercise 6.5 1. mnyWN A. brachiocephalic artery B. superior vena cava C. sinus of vena cavae (sinus venarurn) D. oval fossa (fossa ovalis) E. septal cusp of tricuspid (right AV) valve E inferior vena cava . they carry oxygenated blood . it carries deoxygenated blood _ foramen ovale . brachio-v—arm; cephalic—head Exercise 6.6 1. 2. 3. A. myocardium of left ventricle B. anterior papillary muscle—left ventricle C. trabeculae carneae D. anterior cusp of rnitral (left AV) valve E. chordae tendinae F. posterior papillary muscle bicuspid valve it indicates that it contains two septal flaps Exercise 6.7 1. A. right cusp of pulmonary valve B. auricle of right atrium C. septal cusp of tricuspic (right AV) valve— anterior posterior cusp of tricuSpid (right AV) valve conus arteriosus anterior cusp of tricuspid {rightAVJ valve septomarginal trabecula anterior papillary muscle—right ventricle myocardium of right ventricle resume . atrioventricular;AV indicates that the valves lie between the atria and the ventricles . prevents bacltflow of blood from right ventricle to right atrium . a. failure of the myocardium between the right and left atria to seal the chambers b. failure of the myocardium between the right and left ventricles to seal chambers c. the left ventricle pumps partially deoxy- genated blood to the body Exercise 6.8 l. A. superior vena cava B. ascending aorta C. sinoatrial (SA) node atrioventricular (AV) node right atrium right ventricle inferior vena cava aortic arch left atrium AV bundle right and left bundle branches . left ventricle M. Purkinje fiber Hereameee Exercise 6.9 I. 2. 3. 4. A. parietal branch of superficial temporal artery frontal branch of superficial temporal artery superficial temporal artery external carotid artery internal carotid artery vertebral artery common carotid . subclavian artery thyroid, tongue, throat, face, ear, scalp and dura mater allows for passage of the vertebral artery to the brain carotid canal someone Exercise 6.10 1. L10 Ul A. anterior cerebral artery anterior communicating artery middle cerebral artery internal carotid artery posterior communicating artery posterior cerebral artery basilar artery . vertebral artery EQMF‘QOW . basilar artery . pituitary gland . union or branches of two or more arteries sup- plying the same body region . if one vessel is occluded or damaged there is an alternative pathway Exercise 6.]! 1. A. internal carotid artery (right) posterior communicating artery basilar artery vertebral artery (right) anterior communicating artery anterior cerebral artery internal carotid artery (left) . posterior cerebral artery momentum A.D.A.M.® Interactive Anatomy Student tab Guide Exercise 6.12 1. A. right common carotid artery B. C D E. F. G I right subclayian artery brachiocephalic artery vertebral artery left common carotid artery left subclavian artery arch of aorta descending thoracic aorta 2. brachiocephalic artery 3. left common carotid artery Exercise 6.13 1. A. Chvli-RwN zaea‘ceaomwuoa proper palmar digital artery common palmar digital artery superficial palmar arterial arch superficial palmar branch of radial artery radius radial artery axillary artery vertebral artery subclayian artery brachial artery ulna ulnar artery . deep palmar arterial arch . palmar metacarpal artery . subclayian artery . brachial artery . radial artery . ulnar artery . it is named for its pathway along the radius Exercise 6.14 1. A. that.» someone left inferior phrenic artery celiac trunk superior mesenteric artery left renal artery left testicular artery inferior mesenteric artery inferior vena cava . left common iliac artery . it supplies blood to the diaphragm . ovarian artery . a. splenic artery b. left gastric artery c. commoa hepatic artery . small intestines, cecum, ascending and trans- verse colons, pancreas Exercise 6.15 1. A. inferior y‘ena cam right external iljac vein femoral vein great saphenous vein deep femoral vein abdominal aorta left common iliac artery . left external iliac artery left internal illac artery deep femoral artery left femoral artery 2. left and right common iliac arteries 3. internal and external iliac arteries 4. femoral vein 5. femoral artery anemoeeuoe Exercise 6. I 6 1. A. common lliac artery external iliac artery . internal illac artery . femoral artery lateral circumflex femoral artery deep femoml artery G. descending branch of lateral circumflex femoral artery . descending genicular artery mWUOFfi popliteal artery pOpliteal artery medial inferior geoicular artery anterior tibial artery pOSterior tibial artery fibular (peroneal) artery dorsalis pedis artery dorsal metatarsal artery . arcuate artery medial plantar artery lateral plantar artery . plantar arterial arch plantar digital artery . plantar metatarsal artery . popliteal artery posterior and anterior tibial arteries . posterior tibial artery . knee—nit supplies blood to the deep knee region zew‘eeeommooaer‘m amino: Exercise 6.17 1. A. cephalic vein B. median cubital vein C. basilic vein 17 18 Answer Key D. median vein 2. basilic vein 3. cephalic vein 4, median cubital vein Exercise 6.18 1. A. great saphenous vein B. CrLLml fascia C. small saphenous vein small saphenous vein . lateral malleolus of the fibula . crural—leg; fascia—sheet of connective tissue deep femoral vein femoral vein . popliteal vein . small saphenous vein _ gastrocnemius muscle . popliteal vein . posterior region of the knee posterior anterior 10. gastrocnemius thaws: 0'09“? U1 30.00st Exercise 6.19 1, A. left hepatic vein inferior vena cava . left renal vein . left common iliac vein left external lilac vein femoral vein . great saphenous vein 2. inferior vena cava ornaments 3. they drain deoxygenatcd blood from the liver and carry the blood to the inferior vena cava Exercise 6.20 1. WPP\WN A. sternal head of sternocleidomastoid muscle B. clavicle C. external jugular vein D. anterior jugular vein E. clavicular head of sternocleidomastoid muscle F. manubrium . left and right external jugular veins . sternocleidornastoid . anterior jugular veins . parotidglands, facial muscles, scalp and other superficial features Exercise 6.2I 1. swarms-v subclavian vein axillary vein basiljc vein internal jugular vein external jugular vein right brachiocephalic vein WDOW?’ ’1'] . axrllary vein . brachiocephalic vein basiljc vein subclavian vein it drains blood from the brain, face, and much of the neck and is usually the largest vein in the neck . jugular forarnen ...
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