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posterior nares aka choanae
floor of nasal cavity hard palate (palatine process of maxillary, horizontal process of palatine bone)
roof of nasal cavity sphenoid, ethmoid, frontal, and nasal bones
lateral walls of nasal cavity superior, middle, inferior concha
where does the maxillary sinus drain middle meatus
where does the frontal sinus drain middle meatus
where does the sphenoid sinus drain sphenoethmoidal recess (above sup nasal concha)
where does the ethmoid sinus drain superior and middle meatus
left gastric a lesser curvature
right gastroepiploic a greater curvature
super pancreaticoduodenal a pancreas and duodenum
right hepatic a liver
cystic a gall bladder and cystic duct
left hepatic a liver
splenic a spleen
middle colic a transverse colon
right colic a ascending colon and hepatic flexure
ileocolic a cecum, ascending colon, veriform appendix
intestinal a's jejunum and ileum
left colic a splenic flexure, transverse colon
sigmoidal a sigmoid colon
superior rectal a rectum
suprarenal arteries adrenal gland
renal a kidney
gonadal a ovaries or testes
superior and inferior gluteal a's gluteal muscles
obturator a adductor muscles
internal pudenal a perineum and external genitalia
medial circumflex femoral a upper femur and thigh muscles
lateral circumflex femoral a upper femur, thigh muscles, knee
genicular arteries knee joint
dorsalis pedis a dorsum of the foot
peroneal a peroneal muscles
internal jugular v brain, face, scalp
external jugular v face, scalp
brachial v arm
basilic v arm
superior mesenteric v small intestine, colon
splenic v spleen, pancreas, stomach
inferior mesenteric v colon and rectum
suprarenal v adrenal gland
gonadal v gonads
left gonadal vein drains into the renal vein
right gonadal vein drains into the inferior vena cava
internal iliac v gluteal/adductor muscles, perineum, genitalia
femoral v the entire lower limb
great saphenous v lower limb (less blood flow than femoral)
What arteries above heart are trunks? thyrocervical, costocervical, thoracoacromal
What arteries in abdomen are trunks? celiac and brachiocephalic
what 2 veins come together to form the hepatic portal vein splenic and inferior mesenteric
which is more superior: horizontal or oblique fissure? horizontal
nasopharynx borders posterior nares to tip of soft palate
oropharynx borders soft palate to epiglottis
laryngopharynx borders epiglottis to esophagus
2 structures in nasopharynx pharyngotympanic opening, pharyngeal tonsil
2 structures in oropharynx palatine tonsils, lingual tonsils
what type of cartilage makes up all except epiglottis? hyaline, epiglottis is elastic
3 surfaces of lungs costal, mediastinal, diaphragmatic
3 openings in diaphragm aortic hiatus, esophageal hiatus, vena caval foramen
mediastinum contains heart (+structures), esophagus, trachea, main bronchi, phrenic nerves, thymus
connective tissue around small intestine mesentery proper
two surfaces of liver diaphragmatic and visceral
two connective tissues around colon transverse mesocolon and sigmoid mesocolon
located within and surrounded by peritoneum intraperitoneal
located posterior to the peritoneum and not associated with its layers retroperitoneal
intraperitoneal (LJ SITSS) liver, jejunum, stomach, ileum, transverse colon, sigmoid colon, spleen
retroperitoneal (SAD PUCKER) suprarenal glands, aorta, duodenum, pancreas, ureters, colon, kidneys, esophagus, rectum
layers of pericardium fibrous, serous (parietal+visceral w/ pericardial cavity in between)
2 borders/2 surfaces of heart diaphragmatic, sternocostal, left border, right border
3 heart surface markings atrioventricular sulcus, anterior interventricular sulcus, posterior interventricular sulcus
what does ligamentum arteriosum attach left pulmonary artery to the aortic arch
where is the base of the heart back of the atria
what paired artery+vein on front of LV great cardiac vein and anterior interventricular artery
what paired artery+vein on side on RV small cardiac vein and right marginal artery
what paired artery+vein on back of RV middle cardiac vein and posterior interventricular artery
what vessels near top of left ventricle left circumflex and left marginal
what vessel in atrioventricular groove coronary sinus
what vessel back of left ventricle posterior vein of left ventricle
where does the subscapular artery branch on cadaver #1 off of lateral thoracic
weird anomaly cadaver 2 brachial splits very early
lung cadaver 3 superior lobe split in 2
thyrocervical/costocervical which is deeper costocervical is deep to thyrocervical
how do you spell the heart strings word chordae tendineae
connective tissue around greater curvature greater omentum
connective tissue around lesser curvature lesser omentum
3 salivary glands parotid gland and duct, submandibular gland, sublingual gland
a-word vein how do you spell it azygos
transverse arteries back of leg anterior tibial is superior to peroneal
what artery is #48 posterior humeral circumflex
circumflex femoral lateral is on front, medial on back
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