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Answer: FALSESection Title: Blood Vessel DistributionLearning Outcome: 22.8Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge3) Small arteries that arise on the posterior surface of the aorta and supply the spinal cord and theabdominal wall are the lumbar arteries.Answer: TRUESection Title: Blood Vessel DistributionLearning Outcome: 22.8Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge4) Long, thin arteries, present only in males, that originate between the superior and inferior mesenteric arteries are the testicular arteries.Answer: TRUESection Title: Blood Vessel DistributionLearning Outcome: 22.8Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge5) The liver, stomach, and spleen are supplied by the celiac trunk.Answer: TRUESection Title: Blood Vessel DistributionLearning Outcome: 22.8Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge6) Veins that empty into a network of dural sinuses are the superficial cerebral veins.Answer: TRUESection Title: Blood Vessel DistributionLearning Outcome: 22.8Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge
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7) Veins that drain the cerebral hemispheres are the internal cerebral veins.Answer: TRUESection Title: Blood Vessel DistributionLearning Outcome: 22.8Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge8) The sigmoid sinus, which penetrates the jugular foramen, leaves the skull as the external jugular vein.Answer: FALSESection Title: Blood Vessel DistributionLearning Outcome: 22.8Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge9) The cervical spinal cord and the posterior part of the skull are drained by the vertebral veins.Answer: TRUESection Title: Blood Vessel DistributionLearning Outcome: 22.8Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge10) The temporal and maxillary veins drain into the internal jugular veins.Answer: FALSESection Title: Blood Vessel DistributionLearning Outcome: 22.8Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge22.4 Essay Questions 1) What anatomical changes occur in a person who develops atherosclerosis, in comparison with an individual without this condition? Answer: In a person who develops atherosclerosis, the walls of the elastic arteries become more rigid as a result of the deposition of plaques. The plaques prevent the stretching and recoil of these arteries when a bolus of blood is pushed into them, and this causes coronary blood pressures to rise to enable sufficient amounts of blood to pass through the narrower diameter and no longer resilient arteries.Section Title: Histological Organization of Blood VesselsLearning Outcome: 22.2Bloom's Taxonomy: Analysis2) How does autoregulation affect the flow of blood through the tissues?
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