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Heart

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where is the heart? middle mediastinum
structures of superior mediastinum great vessels - aortic arch - brachiocephalic artery - common carotids - subclavian others - trachea - esophagus - vagus - thoracic duct - brachioceplahic veins
structures of anterior mediastinum thymus
structures of posterior mediastinum DATES -descending aorta - azygos & hemiazygos veins - thoracic duct - esophagus - sympathetic chain - splanchnic nerves - vagus
external features of heart SVC IVC 2 pulmonary arteries 4 pulmonary veins arch of arota
where does the arch of aorta end T4/5 - sternal angle
branches of aorta brachiocephalic trunk - right common carotid - right subclavian left common carotid left subclavian
moderator band seen in prenatal ultrasound to locate RV
what is behind the sternum RV
what is the most posterior chamber of the heart LA
what ventricle is thicker LV
right coronary artery supplies RA, RV, SA & AV nodes
branches of right coronary artery right marginal artery posterior descending artery (PDA)
left coronary artery supplies ventricular septum, LV & apex of heart
what is the #1 artery to be clogged left coronary artery
branches of left coronary artery left anterior descending (LAD) left circumflex artery left marginal artery
what runs with LAD great cardiac vein
what runs with PDA middle cardiac vein
what does ductus venosus become ligamentum venosum
ductus venosus shunt btw umbilical vein & IVC to bypass liver
what does foramen ovale become fossa ovalis
foramen ovale shunt btw RA & LA
what does ductus arteriosus become ligamentum arteriosum
ductus arteriosus shunt btw pulmonary trunk & aorta
tetralogy of fallot PROVe - pulmonic stenosis - RV hypertrophy - over riding aorta - ventricular septal defect
transverse sinus behind aorta & pulmonary trunk
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