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10 practice-key - Answers to Lesson 10 Practice Set The...

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The Vascular System Part 1 1. systemic 2. lungs 3. left 4. 120/80 5. systolic 6. diastolic 7. 93 mmHg 8. 120/80 9. 93 10. 30-40 11. 30-40 12. 15 13. 93 14. 60 15. greater 16. low 17. 40 18. portal 19. 78 20. Na+ 21. Proteins 22. Colloid osmotic 23. Filtration 24. Absorption 25. Liver Part 2 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. ↑ 11. ↓ 12. ↓ 13. ↓ 14. edema 15. edema 16. tissue dehydration 17. edema 18. tissue dehydration 19. edema 20. edema Part 3 A. Standing for a long period of time increases the pressure in veins and venules below the heart. This, in turn, will increase P C in the lower leg, resulting in increased filtration . Interstitial fluid volume in the ankles will . Circumference of the ankles will . Plasma volume will . B. An abnormal elevation in systemic venous pressure that might occur in right heart failure will increase the pressure in systemic venules. This in turn will increase systemic
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This note was uploaded on 06/14/2011 for the course PHYI 202 taught by Professor Shea during the Summer '09 term at UNC.

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