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Anatomy Midterm 4

Heart review

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superior vena cava brings venous blood to right atrium from upper body
ascending aorta contains blood being pumped by left ventricle to all systems of body
right coronary artery leaves base of aorta to right of pulmonary trunk and lies in fat filled coronary sulcus as it passes to posterior heart
right auricle ear like flap of atrium
inferior vena cava enters heart just after passing through diaphragm
ligamemtum arteriosum remnant of embryonic vessel
pulmonary trunk blood being pumped by right ventricle to lungs for fresh supply of oxygen
left coronary artery leaves base of aorta and turns to coronary sulcus
coronary sulcus depression between atria and ventricles
circumflex artery continuation of left coronary artery to posterior heart in the coronary sulcus
anterior interventricular artery lies in fat filled anterior interventricular sulcus and a abranch of left coronary artery
anterior interventricular sulcus depression over interventricular septum that supplies blood to both ventricles
great cardiac vein lies in anterior interventricular sulcus beside artery. contiues by turning to lie in coronary sulcus with circumflex artery and terminates on posterior heart
left auricle ear like flap of left atrium
pulmonary veins take oxygenated blood to left atrium
coronary sinus termination of great cardiac vein. it lies in coronary sulcus and serves as ressevoir for venous blood
posterior interventricular artery lies in posterior interventricular sulcus and continues the right coronary artery
Created by: buckeyes369