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The Circulatory System Mixed.

CARDIA ? Relating to the HEART
VASO ? From a Vessel. Esp. Blood Vessel.
VASODILATION is ? The DILATION of the Blood Vessel.
VASOMOTOR ? Causing Constriction or Dilation of Blood Vessels.
VASCULAR ? Made up of,or containg Vessels for conveying Blood.
LEUCO CYTES, What is their function ? Protect from INFECTION, ingest BACTERIA, produce ANTIBODIES.
CORPUSCLE, What is it ? A Minute Body or Cell in an Organism, esp. RED or WHITE Blood Cells.
AORTA ? Main ARTERY of the body.
AORTA, Function ? Supplying OXYGENATED Blood to the Cirulatory System.
ARTERY ? Any of the MUSCULAR walled tubes forming part of the blood circulation system of the body.
ATRIUM or ATRIAL ? A CAVITY in the body. E.s.p. One of the 2 upper cavities of the HEART.
CAROTID ? Each of the TWO main ARTERIES carrying blood to the head & neck.
CAPILLARY ? One of the thin hair like delicate ramified Blood Vessels intervening between Arteries & Veins.
CORONARY ? Denoting or involving the ARTERIES of the HEART.
MYOCARDIUM ? The Muscular TISSUE of the HEART.
VENULE ? A SMALL vein. Esp one collecting blood from capilliaries.
VENA CAVA ? The SUPERIOR and INFERIOR Venae Cavae are the Veins that return the blood from the body into the Heart.
VENA CAVA, Empties into ? The Superior & Inferior Vena Cava both empty into the RIGHT ATRIUM of the Heart
What is the largest Artery in the Body ? The AORTA.
(Q) Describe the SYSTEMIC CIRCULATION System ? Oxygenated Blood to Tissues, from LEFT VENTRICLE, via ARTERIAL Networks to ARTERIOLES, Arterioles to CAPILLARIES. DEOXYGENATED Blood from Tissues, CAPILLARIES to VENULES, To RIGHT ATRIUM via VENUS RETURN.
(Q) Heart, Describe the Structure of the Electrical Conduction System ? (1 to 5) 1. SA Node in Right Atrium (Pacemaker), 2. AV Node in Septum near Triscuspid Valve, 3. Impulse pass through of HIS in Interventrichlar Septum, 4. Right & Left Bundle Branches in Septum, 5. Purkinjie Fibres Radiating through Myocardium.
(Q) Describe the Nervous Control of the Heart Rate ? (1 to 4 of 7) 1. Sympathetic & Para-Sympathetic Stimulation Anagonistic to each other, 2. From Cardia centre in Medula Olbongata, 3. Part of Autonomic Nervous System, 4.Para Sympatetic via Vagus Nerve acts upon SA & AV Nodes & Atrial Muscle.
(Q) Describe the Nervous Control of the Heart Rate ? (5 to 7 0f 7) 5. Sym Pathetic acts upon SA & AV Nodes & Myocardium of Atria & Ventricles, 6. Para Sympathetic Slows Heart Rate & Force, 7. Sympathetic Speeds Rate & Force of Heart.
Blood Cells are also a part of which other systems ? Respiratory, Digestive & Immune.
ARTERIES ? Arteries are Muscular Blood Vessels that carry Blood away from the Heart.
VEINS ? In the Circulatory System, a Vein is a Blood Vessel that Carries Deoxygenated Blood Towards the Heart.
On Average how many times a minute does the Heart Contract ? 70 Times.
The point of the Heart rest by ? The Left Nipple (In Men).
AORTA - Ascending, How long & where does it Starts from ? About 5cm long and starts from Upper part of the Left VENTRICLE, Lies just behind the Sternum.
AORTA - Ascending, How many branches ? Just 2, The Coronary Arteries which rise just abvove the Aortic valve, They supply the Myocardium.
AORTA - Arch, Located ? Just Behind the Manubrium of the Sternum.
AORTA - Arch, How many Branches ? 3, The Brachiocephalic Artery (or trunk), Left Common Carotid Artery & the Left Subclavian Artery.
AORTA - Arch, Brachiocephalic Artery branches into which Arteries ? Common Carotid (Head & Neck) & the Right - Subclavian Artery (Arm)(which also branches of into the Vertebral Artery (Brain)).
AORTA - Descending, Starts & Ends ? Begins at the level of the 4th to the 12th Thoracic Vertebrae
AORTA - Descending, Branches ? Paired BRONCHIAL Arteries (Lungs & Lymph Nodes), OESOPHAGEAL Arteries (Oesphagus) & the Paired INTERCOSTAL Arteries (Ribs, Skin, Muscles etc of the Thorax)
AORTA - Abdominal, Starts & Ends ? At the 12th Thoracic Vertebrae passing the Diaphram, Extends to the 4th Lumbar Vertebra.
AORTA - Abdominal, Paired Branches ? Inferior Phrenic Arteries (Diaphram), Renal Arteries (kidneys & Adrenal glands), Testicular/Ovarien Arteries.
AORTA - Abdominal, Unpaired Branches ? Coeliac Artery (Stomach, Liver, Spleen & Pancreas), Superior Mesenteric Artery (Small Intestine + Proiximal Large Intestine) & the Inferior Mesenteric Artery (Distal Large Intestine & part of the Rectum).
AORTA - Ends ? With the left & Right Common Iliac Artery (which splits into the Internal & External Iliac Arteries).
Created by: Grendeloak