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Anatomy-Greenman

Anatomy-Greenman - Term Definition These are the only...

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Term: These are the only exception to an artery carrying deoxygenated blood? Definition: Pulmonary artery Term: This is the only exception to a vein carrying oxygenated blood? Definition: Pulmonary veins Term: Arteries? Definition: Carry blood away from the heart Term: Veins? Definition: Carry blood to the heart Term: Pulmonary circulation Definition: Right atrium/ventricle contributes to gas exchange in the lungs.
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Term: Systemic circulation Definition: Left atrium/ventricle contributes to blood getting to the tissues for nutrient and respiratory gas delivery. Term: The force of blood pushing against the inside walls of the vessels is? Definition: Blood pressure. A minimum amount of this is needed Term: Largest systemic artery in body is? Definition: Aorta Term: Gas is exchanged through? Definition: Capillaries Term: Where is the heart located? Definition: Posterior to the sternum in the mediastinum.
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Term: This is a fibrous sac and a serous lining where the heart is contained? Definition: Pericardium. This confines heart so it doesn't bounce and keeps it from over filling. Term: Fibrous pericardium attaches to what? Definition: Diaphragm and base of great vessels Term: Serous pericardium is divided into? Definition: Parietal and visceral layers Term: This is were serous fluid is secreted to lubricate the serous membranes? Definition: Pericardial cavity Term: 3 layers of heart? Definition: Epicardium, myocardium, and endocardium.
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Term: What another name for LAD? Definition: Anterior inter-ventricular artery Term: What's another word for PAD? Definition: Posterior inter ventricular artery Term: This space occupies the former location of the fetal foramen ovale which shunted blood from the right atrium to the left atrium during fetal life? Definition: Fossa ovalis or oval fossa Term: What's another name for tricuspid valve? Definition: Right Atrioventricular valve (AV) Term: What's another word for the bicuspid valve? Definition: Left atrioventricular valve (AV) or mitral valve
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Term: This is a muscle bundle that connects the base of the anterior papillary muscle could intraventricular septum Definition: Septomarginal trabecula or moderator band, in right ventricle only. Term: At its superior end this is where the right ventricle narrows into a smooth walled conical region? Definition: Conus arteriosus Term: The aortic semi lunar valve is best heard in the? Definition: In the second intercostal space to the right of the sternum Term: The pulmonary semi lunar valve is best heard where? Definition: In the second intercostal space to the left of the sternum Term: The tricuspid valve is best heard where Definition: By the right side of the inferior end of the sternum
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Term: The bicuspid valve is best heard where Definition: Near the apex of the heart at the level of the fifth intercostal space about 9 cm from the midline of the sternum Term: This is the union or the coming together of two structures such as blood vessels to supply the same region?
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