Flashcards in Final lab practical Deck (93):
Where are the subclavian arteries found?
brachiocephalic trunk off the aortic arch
Where are the carotid arteries found?
in the neck
backwards toward the heart
Nerve associated with right and left common carotid arteries
What arteries feed the head?
What arteries drain the head?
Other names for aorta:
Ascending aortic arch
Descending aortic arch
Dorsal abdominal thoracic
Vertebral arteries come off of which artery?
R/L pulmonary arteries are carrying _______ blood therefore are ______ colored
If I'm in an intercostal artery and i delivered my blood to the tissue, how would i drain that tissue?
Azygous veins on the _____ side
Hemiazygous veins on the ______ side
If you are in the superior vena cava, where were you before?
If you are in a brachiocephalic vein, where were you before that?
Subclavian or jugular
right jugular and right subclavian makes what?
right venus angle
left jugular and left subclavian makes what?
left venus angle
What structure is in the left venus angle?
Pulmonary veins are in the ____ atrium of the heart and are _____ colored
Where do you find renal arteries and veins?
Gonadal vein example of Dave's cat:
L testicular vein drains into L renal vein
Fallopian tube is an:
Renal veins connect to:
You come out of the chest cavity with:
You come out underneath the armpit with:
You go into the bicep with:
Radial on the _____
Ulnar is _____
Pinky to heart:
Thumb to heart:
Posterior and anterior humeral circumflex
Lateral and medial femoral circumflex
Split line down middle of common iliac arteries
Median sacral artery
Ankle to hip
Greater saphenous vein
Where was the blood before popliteal artery?
Where was the blood after popliteal artery?
Ant/post tibial artery
How does a white blood cell go from the right toe to the left arm? (below waist)
lymph vessels -> cistern chyli -> thoracic duct
Subclavian vein to heart?
Brachiocephalic vein -> SVC -> R.A. of heart
Bicuspid on the ____
tRicuspid on the _____
Where was i before the bicuspid/tricuspid valve?
in the atria
Where am I after the bicuspid/tricuspid valve?
in the ventricle
1st heart sound:
2nd heart sound:
Depolarization of atria:
Repolarization of atria + depolarization of ventricles:
Repolarization of ventricles:
normal blood pressure:
subtract top from bottom
TV + IRV + ERV
secondary muscles of breathing:
What 3 things do you do in the nasal turbinates?
Warm, moisten, and oxygenate
Cartilage attached to vocal cords:
Surface across front and back of ribs:
Surface in between lungs:
Bottom surface of lungs:
Dent in kidney:
Renal arteries connect to:
Gland over the kidneys:
Empties kidney and fills bladder:
Male bladder difference
has seminal vesicles and vas deferens hooks up behind it
What makes the trigone of the bladder?
2 ureters- top 2 points
Urethra- bottom point
If you are urine, what is your next stop?
Papilla-> minor calyces-> major calyces-> renal pelvis
Middle third of fallopian tube:
Ligament connecting ovary to uterus on opposite side of fallopian tube:
Ovarian ligament used to be:
What hormone acts on the uterus?
What is the clitoris made of?
What kind of tissue is corpora cavernosa?
Labia majora and labia minoria homolog structure in male?
What is in the vas deferens tube?
Bigger part of tube on vas deferens?
Bean behind bladder on male, next to ampulla:
Duct that connects the seminal vesicle to the prostatic urethra:
Seminal vesicle introduces what fluid to the ejaculatory duct?
What makes semen?
Sperm + seminal fluid
What does the ejaculatory duct carry?
Gland that carries alkaline fluid to neutralize acidity of urine
Tube that wraps around testicle:
Each individual component of the spermatic cord is wrapped by:
Internal spermatic fascia
Collectively the components of the spermatic cord is wrapped by:
External spermatic fascia
5 components of the spermatic cord:
Muscle that wrinkles the scrotum:
Muscle that lifts the testicles:
Gubernaculum on the male used to be:
Tissue on top of penis:
Tissue under penis:
3 branches off internal iliac artery:
Superior gluteal artery
Inferior gluteal artery
Journey of sperm? (seven-up)
S- seminiferous tubules
V- vas deferens
E- ejaculatory duct
Blue vessels surrounding spermatic cord: