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Med Lang. Chapter 5

Med Lang. CHapter 5 Review

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what is the cardiovascular system a continuous, circular body system that includes the heart and the vascular stuctures
how many chambers does the human heart have 4 chambers; 2 on the top and 2 on the bottom
what is the muscular layer of the heart called myocardium
what are the 4 valves of the human heart tricuspid valve, pulmonary valve, mitral valve, and the aortic valve
what are the smallest blood vessels in the body capillaries
what is the largest artery in the body aorta
what is the inflammation and bacterial infection of the endocardium lining called endocarditis
area of dilation and weakness in the wall of an artery is called what an aneurysm
what is elevated blood pressure called hypertension
abnormal heart sound created by turbulence as blood leaks through a defective heart valve is called what murmer
Created by: rebecca_s