•The four main arteries carrying blood to the head are the __________. A.Two brachiocephalic arteries and two carotid arteriesB.Two posterior cerebral arteries, two anterior cerebral arteriesC.Superior thyroid artery, two middle cerebral arteries and the lingual arteryD.Two carotid arteries and two vertebral arteries
Did I Get This Right?•At which artery is blood pressure routinely measured?
Did I Get This Right? •Which of the following lists has the arteries in order from most proximal to most distal?
Major Systemic Veins of the Body•.Learn name of veins following the direction of flow of blood.
Cerebral Veins Veins of Head and Neck Superior Sagittal Sinus Internal Jugular vein External Jugular vein Subclavian vein Brachiocephalic vein SVC
Veins of Head and Neck Anterior view • Internal Jugular vein • External Jugular vein Subclavian vein Brachiocephalic vein SVC
Did I Get This?•Right atrioventricular valve stenosis would likely cause which of these?
Veins of the Upper Limb Superficial Veins: Basilic, Cephalic, Median Cubital Deep Veins: Radial, Ulnar, Brachial
Did I Get This? •Most of the veins that drain the brain empty into the __________. A.Dural sinusB.Hepatic portal systemC.Coronary sinusD.Cranial anastomoses
Veins of the Abdominal Regions • Right and left common iliac veins unite to form Inferior vena cava • Inferior vena cava receives blood from Right and Left Renal veins • Inferior vena cava receives blood from Hepatic vein
Hepatic Portal Vein • The liver receives blood from the normal systemic circulation via the hepatic artery . It also receives blood from other organs, delivered via the hepatic portal system . All blood exits the liver via the hepatic vein , which delivers the blood to the inferior vena cava. Hepatic portal vein receives blood from: Superior mesenteric vein Inferior mesenteric vein Splenic vein Gastric vein
Did I Get This? • The superior vena cava is formed from the joining of __________. A. Left and right brachiocephalic veins and the azygos vein. B. The two jugular and two brachiocephalic veins C. The left and right brachiocephalic veins D. The left and right jugular veins
Major Veins of the Lower Limbs Superficial Veins: Great Saphenous vein Deep Veins: Posterior Tibial, Anterior Tibial, Popliteal, Femoral
Varicose Veins • Varicose veins are commonly found in the lower limbs. (credit: Thomas Kriese)
Did I Get This? • Which vein is the most frequently used for drawing blood? A. Metacarpal veins B. Median antebrachial vein C. Subclavian D. Median cubital vein
Fetal Circulation Fetal Shunts Umbilical Artery (Deoxygenated) Umbilical Vein (Oxygenated The foramen ovale located in the interatrial septum allows blood to flow from the right atrium to the left atrium. The ductus arteriosus c onnects the aorta to the pulmonary trunk. The ductus venosus links the umbilical vein to the inferior vena cava passing through the liver.
Neonatal Circulation Fetal Circulation Neonatal Circulation Ductus Venosus Foramen Ovale Ductus Arteriosus Complete the table :
Did I Get This? • Which of the following veins does not have a corresponding artery associated with it? A. Axillary B. Brachial C. Cephalic D. Radial
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- Common carotid artery, Subclavian artery, Internal jugular vein, Brachiocephalic artery