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Where are the subclavian arteries found?

brachiocephalic trunk off the aortic arch

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Where are the carotid arteries found?

in the neck

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Veins flow...

backwards toward the heart

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Nerve associated with right and left common carotid arteries

Vagus

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What arteries feed the head?

Carotid arteries

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What arteries drain the head?

Jugular veins

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Other names for aorta:

Ascending aortic arch
Descending aortic arch
Dorsal abdominal thoracic

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Vertebral arteries come off of which artery?

Subclavian

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R/L pulmonary arteries are carrying _______ blood therefore are ______ colored

Deoxygenated
blue

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If I'm in an intercostal artery and i delivered my blood to the tissue, how would i drain that tissue?

Intercostal veins

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Azygous veins on the _____ side

right

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Hemiazygous veins on the ______ side

left

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If you are in the superior vena cava, where were you before?

Brachiocephalic veins

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If you are in a brachiocephalic vein, where were you before that?

Subclavian or jugular

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right jugular and right subclavian makes what?

right venus angle

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left jugular and left subclavian makes what?

left venus angle

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What structure is in the left venus angle?

Thoracic duct

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Pulmonary veins are in the ____ atrium of the heart and are _____ colored

left
red

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Where do you find renal arteries and veins?

Kidneys

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Gonadal vein example of Dave's cat:

L testicular vein drains into L renal vein

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Fallopian tube is an:

Ovarian artery

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Renal veins connect to:

IVC

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You come out of the chest cavity with:

subclavian arteries

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You come out underneath the armpit with:

Axillary arteries

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You go into the bicep with:

Brachial arteries

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Radial on the _____

top

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Ulnar is _____

underneath

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Pinky to heart:

Ulnar vein

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Thumb to heart:

Radial vein

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Arm circumflex

Posterior and anterior humeral circumflex

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Leg circumflex

Lateral and medial femoral circumflex

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Split line down middle of common iliac arteries

Median sacral artery

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Ankle to hip

Greater saphenous vein

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Where was the blood before popliteal artery?

Femoral artery

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Where was the blood after popliteal artery?

Ant/post tibial artery

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How does a white blood cell go from the right toe to the left arm? (below waist)

lymph vessels -> cistern chyli -> thoracic duct

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Subclavian vein to heart?

Brachiocephalic vein -> SVC -> R.A. of heart

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Bicuspid on the ____

left

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tRicuspid on the _____

right

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Where was i before the bicuspid/tricuspid valve?

in the atria

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Where am I after the bicuspid/tricuspid valve?

in the ventricle

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1st heart sound:

AV valve

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2nd heart sound:

Semilunar valve

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Depolarization of atria:

P-wave

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Repolarization of atria + depolarization of ventricles:

QRS complex

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Repolarization of ventricles:

T-wave

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normal blood pressure:

110/70

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pulse pressure:

subtract top from bottom

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vital capacity:

TV + IRV + ERV

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secondary muscles of breathing:

Scalene
Intercostal
Iliocostalis

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What 3 things do you do in the nasal turbinates?

Warm, moisten, and oxygenate

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Cartilage attached to vocal cords:

Arytenoid cartilage

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Surface across front and back of ribs:

Costal

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Surface in between lungs:

Mediastinal

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Bottom surface of lungs:

Diaphragmatic

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Primarily retroperitoneal:

Kidneys

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Dent in kidney:

Hilus

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Renal arteries connect to:

Descending aorta

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Gland over the kidneys:

Adrenal glands

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Empties kidney and fills bladder:

Ureter

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Empties bladder:

Urethra

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Male bladder difference

has seminal vesicles and vas deferens hooks up behind it

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What makes the trigone of the bladder?

2 ureters- top 2 points
Urethra- bottom point

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If you are urine, what is your next stop?

Papilla-> minor calyces-> major calyces-> renal pelvis

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Middle third of fallopian tube:

Isthmus

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Ligament connecting ovary to uterus on opposite side of fallopian tube:

Ovarian ligament

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Ovarian ligament used to be:

Gubernaculum

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What hormone acts on the uterus?

Oxytocin

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What is the clitoris made of?

Corpora Cavernosa

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What kind of tissue is corpora cavernosa?

erectile tissue

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Labia majora and labia minoria homolog structure in male?

Scrotum

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What is in the vas deferens tube?

Sperm

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Bigger part of tube on vas deferens?

Ampulla

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Bean behind bladder on male, next to ampulla:

Seminal vesicle

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Duct that connects the seminal vesicle to the prostatic urethra:

Ejaculatory duct

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Seminal vesicle introduces what fluid to the ejaculatory duct?

Seminal fluid

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What makes semen?

Sperm + seminal fluid

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What does the ejaculatory duct carry?

Semen

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Gland that carries alkaline fluid to neutralize acidity of urine

Bulbourethral gland

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Tube that wraps around testicle:

Epididymis

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Each individual component of the spermatic cord is wrapped by:

Internal spermatic fascia

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Collectively the components of the spermatic cord is wrapped by:

External spermatic fascia

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5 components of the spermatic cord:

Test artery
Test vein
Test nerve
Lymph vessel
Vas deferens

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Muscle that wrinkles the scrotum:

Dartos tunic

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Muscle that lifts the testicles:

Cremasteric

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Gubernaculum on the male used to be:

Testicular ligament

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Tissue on top of penis:

Corpora cavernosum

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Tissue under penis:

Corpora spongiosum

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3 branches off internal iliac artery:

Superior gluteal artery
Inferior gluteal artery
Pudendal artery

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Journey of sperm? (seven-up)

S- seminiferous tubules
E- epididymis
V- vas deferens
E- ejaculatory duct
N- no
U- urethra
P- penis

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Blue vessels surrounding spermatic cord:

Pampiniform plexus

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Big toe:

Anterior tibial

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Heel of foot:

Posterior tibial