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unit 4

What are the great vessels? Superior Vena Cava Pulmonary arteries Aortic arch Pulmonary trunk Pulmonary veins
What are the chambers of the heart? Right atrium(RA) Right ventricle (RV) Left atrium (LA) Left ventricle (LV)
What are the valves within the heart, and where are they located? Tricuspid- between the right atrium and ventricle Bicuspid- between the left atrium and ventricle Pulmonary semi lunar- between the right ventricle and pulmonary trunk Aortic semi lunar- between left ventricle and aorta
What if the path of blood flow? superior and inferior vena cava ==> right atrium ==> right ventricle ==> pulmonary trunk ==> pulmonary arties ==> lungs ==> pulmonary veins ==> left atrium ==> left ventricle ==> aorta ==> body ==> back to heart
Atrial features Crista teeminalis Muscli pectinati Coronary sinus
Ventricle features Chorde tendineae papillary muscle trabecular carneae
Left lung Superior lobe Inferior lobe Oblique fissure Hilum
Right lung Superior lobe Inferior lobe Middle lobe Oblique fissure Horizontal fissure Hilum
What are the 3 structures you can find in the hilum? Bronchi pulmonary veins pulmonary arteries
What are 2 differences between the left and right lungs. The left is missing the middle lobe due to the heart and it also only has the oblique fissure
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