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VTA 125 cardiovascular system

what are the four chambers of the heart right and left atrium right and left ventricles
what is the largest artery in the body aorta
describe the walls of the aorta they are the thickest of any blood vessel
where is the tricuspid valve in the right atrium
where is the mitral valve / bicuspid valve in the left atrium
what is the pericardium the outermost layer of the heart
which is the thickest layer of the heart myocardium
what is the endocardium innermost lining of the heart
do arteries or veins take blood back to the heart veins
do arteries or veins take blood away form the heart arteries
what is happening during the systolic part of the cardiac cycle heart muscle is contracting
what is happening during the diastolic part of the cardiac cycle heart is relaxing
what is considered the pacemaker of the heart sinoatrial node / SA node
what makes the "lub" part of the heart sound closure of the mitral and tricuspid valve
what makes the "dub" part of the heart sound the closure of the semilunar valves
is there muscle in the capillary walls no
do veins flow or pump flow
do arteries flow or pump pump
what is a caudal epigastric vein called milk vein
where is the right AV valve located in the right atrium
the AV valve is also called the _____ tricuspid valve
which layer protects the heart pericardium
where is the left AV valve located left atrium
which is the thickest layer of the heart myocardium
what is the systole cycle heart muscle contracting
what is the diastole cycle heat muscle relaxing
what is the pacemaker of the veart SA node
what is the vein in the front of the leg called cephalic
what are the two major arteries of the heart pulmonary and aorta
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