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Anatomy Q3

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QuestionAnswer
The pH of blood 7.35 - 7.45
The viscosity of blood 3.3 - 5.5
A plasma protein that is associated with an immune function globulin
The cytoplasm of this formed element is packed with an oxygen-carrying protein known as hemoglobin erythrocytes
Which blood protein is involved in control of plasma osmotic pressure? albumin
The blood cell that is described as a "clotting cell" thrombocytes
The second most prevalent leukocyte lymphocyte
The stem cells that give rise to neutrophils Myeloid stem cells
The clotting substance that helps convert fibrinogen into fibrin strands thrombin
The white blood cells that clone into plasma cells, which secrete antibodies that bind to antigens, marking the antigens for destruction B cells
The veins that descend through the transverse foramina C1-C6 as a venous plexus vertebral veins
Which of the following is NOT a branch of the internal carotid artery? a. opthalmic b. anterior cerebral c. middle cerebral d. occiptal occiptal
The cephalic & basilic veins are superficial veins of the... upper extremities
Match the postnatal structure with the corresponding fetal structure -- the ligamentum venosum and the... ductus venosus
Blood from most of the intercostal spaces drains into the azygos system
Match the postnatal structure with the corresponding fetal structure -- the ligamentum arteriosum and the... ductus arteriosus
The vein that connects the capillary beds of the hepatic portal system hepatic portal vein
The right & left brachiocephalic veins drain into the... superior vena cava
The following is NOT a part of the Circle of Willis: a. anterior communication artery b. R/L internal carotids c. R/L posterior cerebral arteries d. all are part of it all are part of it
The median cubital vein is a superficial vein of the... upper extremities
scattered along collecting vessels lymph nodes
empty into the veins of the neck lymph ducts
first & smallest vessels receiving lymph lymph capillaries
collect lymph from the collecting vessels lymph trunks
collect lymph from the lymph capillaries lymph collecting vessels
The subclavian trunk drains lymph from the... upper limbs & thoracic wall
This cell matures in the thymus T lymphocyte
Aggregated lymphoid nodules located in the distal small intestine... Peyer's patches
The most infect tonsils in childhood palatine
Created by: leahmurphy