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Biol 315 Lecture 24 Review Checklist Know the names and functions of the four heart valves. What are the functions of  papillary muscles  and  chordae   tendineae ? Know the general locations on the chest wall where a clinician  listens to sounds produced by each of the four heart valves  (called  points of auscultation ).  Know the named parts of the heart’s  conducting system . Be able  to draw a flowchart showing the pathway of impulses through the  conducting system. What are  Purkinje fibers ? [Editor’s note:  Don’t confuse these with Purkinje neurons in the cerebellum!] How does the heart receive sympathetic and parasympathetic  nerve supplies? How does each affect the heart’s function? Know the names of the  coronary arteries  that supply the heart.  What is coronary  ischemia ? What types of surgical/clinical 
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Unformatted text preview: interventions can be used to treat coronary artery disease and/or blockages? What are the three layers of the heart wall? Which chamber of the heart should have the thickest myocardium ? Be able to describe or sketch a flowchart illustrating the flow of blood in a fetus (e.g. – start in the fetal heart to the placenta back to the fetal heart). [Editor’s note: be sure you include these new names: umbilical arteries , umbilical vein , ductus venosus ] Know the names and locations of the two “shunts” in the fetus that allow blood to bypass the lungs and move from the right side of the heart to the left side. After birth, what are the two “vestigial remains” of these shunts called?...
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