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blood vessels pt 2

blood vessels

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the artery celiac trunk branches into what 3 arteries 1) hepatic artery 2) left gastric artery 3) splenic artery
the pulmonary truck splits into right & left pulmonary arteries
Inferior mesenteric artery is located in descending and sigmoid colon
what is the name of the ligament between the aorta arch and pulmonary trunk ligamentum arteriosum
the ligamentum arteriosum is formed from the ..... in a fetus ductus arteriosum
the hole in the interatreal septum is called foramen ovale
blood bypasses the lungs and goes from the right atrium to left atrium through foramen ovale
structure that closes off foreman ovale after birth fossa ovalis
the ridges in the muscles in the ventricles are called trabeculae carnaea
the larger muscles of the trabeculae carneae papillary muscles
the string like cords attaching muscles in the ventricles chordae tendineae
how many types of valves control the one way flow of blood through the heart 2
what are the names of the 2 valve types in the heart atrioventricular valve semilunar valve
name the 2 atrioventricular valves tricuspid & mitral valve
name the 2 semilunar valves aortic semilunar & pulmonary semilunar
trace blood flow beginning with superior vena cava, first 7 steps 1) superior vena cava, 2) right atrium 3) tricuspid valve, 4) right ventricle 5) pulmonary valve, 6) pulmonary trunk 7) pulmonary artery
coronary arteries splits to provide blood to entire heart
coronary arteries connect to coronary veins
coronary veins join to form coronary sinus
where does the coronary sinus dump blood right atrium
during diastole do vessels relax or contract relax
during diastole what vessels open tricuspid and mitral valve
during systole what vessels open aortic and pulmonary valve
vessles relax or contract during systole contract
during systole what vessels close tricuspid and mitral valve
during diastole what vessels close aortic and pulmonary
trace blood flow beginning with superior vena cava, steps 8-14 8) pulmonary capillaries 9) pulmonary veins, 10) left atrium 11) mitral valve, 12) left veins 13) aortic valve, 14) aorta
external iliac continues down thigh as the ....... artery femoral
what are the receiving chambers for blood coming back to heart atria
ventricles (recieves & discharges) chambers of blood to go out in body discharges
thin wall because blood flows back to heart in low pressure atria
big thick muscular walls to pump blood back into body ventricles
carries blood away from heart arteries
veins carry blood (from or to) heart to
systolic blood pressure high pressure
diastolic blood pressure low pressure
the peak pressure, produced by contracting ventricles systolic blood pressure
the pressure in your arteries when the ventricles are relaxed diastolic blood pressure
blood vessels delivers oxygen & nutrients to cells
what is the transfer station between arteries and veins capillaries
mini-arteries that branch out into the capillaries are called arterioles
the smallest vein components that suck blood out of the capillaries venules
the blood flows in the ....... inside the tunica interna luman
Created by: Miccimouse