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Microscopic Anatomy--Arterial / Venous

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The smallest vessels in the body are: Capillaries
The term tunica adeventitia denotes: The outer lining of the arterial wall.
The term tunica intima denotes: The inner lining of the arterial wall
The blood supply to vascular tissue is provided by: Vaso Vasorum Vaso Vasorum is Latin for "vessel-vessels" vasculature to perfuse the tissue of the vasculature.
The layer of arterial or venous wall composed entirely of endothelial cells is the: Tunica intima
Regarding capillaries, which is FALSE? A. They have only intima and adv layers. B. They measure approx. 8 microns in diameter. C. The transit time of blood through capillaries is appx 1-3 sec. D. They lose fluid at the arteriolar end. E. They resorb The statement about capillaries---"They have only intima and adventitia layer"--if false.
Name four things about capillaries. They measure approx. 8 microns in diameter. The transit time of blood through capillaries is approx. 1-3 seconds. They lose fluid at the arteriolar end. They resorb fluid at the venular end.
A venule contains which vessel layers? Tunica media and tunica intima
Created by: Mcrocker420