Chapter 19 Test - Front Side Back Side 1 Figure 19.1 Using...

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# Front Side Back Side 1 Figure 19.1 Using Figure 19.1, match the following: 1) Sinusoid capillary. Answer: C 2) Capillary found in endocrine organs that allows hormones to gain rapid entry into the blood. Answer: B 3) Capillary with intercellular clefts found in the skin and muscles. Answer: A 4) Capillary that may contain Kupffer cells in the lining. Answer: C 5) Capillary found where active capillary absorption of filtrate occurs. Answer: B 2 Using Figure 19.2, match the following: 6) Splenic vein. Answer: B 7) Superior mesenteric vein. Answer: E 8) Inferior mesenteric vein. Answer: D 9) Hepatic portal vein. Answer: A 10) Right gastroepiploic vein. Answer: C 3 Match the following: A) Common hepatic artery B) Renal artery C) Inferior mesenteric artery D) Internal iliac artery E) Aorta 11) Largest artery of the body. Answer: E 12) Supplies the kidney. Answer: B 13) Supplies the duodenum and stomach Answer: A 14) Supplies the distal areas of the large intestine. Answer: C 15) Supplies pelvic structures. Answer: D 16) Artery that does not anastomose. Answer: B 4Matching A) Internal carotid artery B) Brachiocephalic trunk C) Radial artery D) Celiac trunk E) External iliac artery 17) Gives rise to the right common carotid and right subclavian artery. Answer: B 18) Supplies the lower limbs. Answer: E 19) Common site to take the pulse. Answer: C 20) Major supply to the cerebral hemispheres. Answer: A 21) Large unpaired branch of the abdominal aorta that supplies the liver, stomach, and spleen. Answer: D 5 Match the following: A) Subclavian vein B) External jugular vein C) Pulmonary trunk D) Axillary artery E) Superior vena cava 22) Receives blood from all areas superior to the diaphragm, except the heart wall. Answer: E 23) Carries oxygen-poor blood to the lungs. Answer: C 24) Drains the scalp. Answer: B 25) Runs through the armpit area, giving off branches to the axillae, chest wall, and shoulder girdle. Answer: D 26) Drains the upper extremities, deep vein. Answer: A 6 Match the following: A) Femoral artery B) Great saphenous vein C) Superior mesenteric artery D) Pulmonary vein E) Brachial artery 27) Artery usually palpated to take the blood pressure. Answer: E 28) Major artery of the thigh. Answer: A 29) Supplies the small intestine. Answer: C 30) Carries oxygen-rich blood from the lung Answer: D 31) Vessel commonly used as a coronly bypass vessel. Answer: B 7 Match the following: A) Arterioles B) Capillaries C) Large veins D) Large arteries 32) Site where resistance to blood flows is greatest. Answer:A 33) Site where exchanges of food and gases are made. Answer:B 34) Site where blood pressure is lowest. Answer:C 35) Site where the velocity of blood flow is fastest. Answer:D 36) Site where the velocity of blood flow is slowest. Answer:B 37) Site where the blood volume is greatest. Answer:C 38) Site where the blood pressure is greatest. Answer:D 39) Site that is the major determinant of peripheral resistance. Answer:A 8 Fill-in-the-Blank/Short Answer Questions
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Chapter 19 Test - Front Side Back Side 1 Figure 19.1 Using...

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