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Test 2

Accessory hemiazygous vein Vein collecting blood from the cranial five intercostal veins on the L side; empties into azygous vein
Accessory obturator nerve branch of the lumbar plexus emerging from the medial side of psoas major & crossing to the sup pubic ramus to supply part of the pectineus musc
Anterior interventricular artery Descending branch of the L coronary art in the ant interventricular sulcus; the greater cardiac vein accompanies this artery.
Aorta Arises from the L ventricle;
Aortic semilunar valve 3-cusped valve at the jxn of the L ventricle & aorta, just inf to the coronary arteries
Arcuate ligaments tendinous arches of the posterior abdom wall connected to the diaphragm & the transv processes of the vert
Ascending colon 1st part of the colon ascending along the R side of the abdom
Atrioventricular sulcus surf groove on the ant wall of the heart indicating the boundary between the atrium & ventricle
Auricle scalloped extension from the L side of each atrium
Azygous vein vein ascending along R side of the thoracic vert collecting blood from the intercostal spaces & emptying into the sup vena cava
Bare area of the liver area of the sup surf of the liver that is not covered by the peritoneum and is in direct contact w/ the diaphragm
Bicuspid/mitral valve AV valve on the L side of the heart
(Common) Bile duct conduit of bile; arises at the jxn of the cystic & the cmn hepatic ducts and terminating in the duodenum; in hepatoduodenal ligament ant to the portal vein
Brachiocephalic artery 1st branch of aortic arch; divides into R subclavian & R cmn carotid arteries
Brachiocephalic veins paired vessels formed by the joining of the internal jugular & subclavian veins on both sides; merges to create the sup vena cava
Bronchopulmonary segments fxn'l divisions of the lobes of the lungs identifiable by tracing the tertiary bronchi
Bronchus primary division of the trachea; services 1 lung
Created by: MeganFultz2



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