Flashcards in Set 33 CV, Embryo and Nerves Deck (43):
Landmarks of the right atrium?
right auricle, pectinate muscle, crista terminalis
What chamber makes up most of the anterior surface of the heart?
What valve runs between the RA and RV?
tricuspid valve (5th left intercostal)
What attaches to the tricuspid valve?
Where does the blood that enters the left atrium come from?
pulmonary veins, very oxygen rich
What makes most of the posterior surface of the heart?
What valve is between the LA and LV?
bicuspid aka mitral (5th L midclavicular)
What chamber pumps blood to the aorta?
What chamber makes up the apex of the heart?
left ventricle (apex at 5th L intercostal space)
What are the branches off the ext carotid?
Superior thyroid, Ascending pharyngeal, Lingual, Facial, Occipital, Posterior auricular, Superficial temporal, and Maxillary (Save A Lady Falling Out (of a) Plane Super Man)
What are the branches of the ascending aorta and aortic arch?
coronary, brachiocephalic (becomes right common carotid and right subclavian), left common carotid and left subclavian
What are the branches off of the abdominal aorta?
celiac trunk (left gastric, common hepatic, and splenic), superior mesenteric (small intestine, middle and right iliocolic), inferior mesenteric (left colic, sigmoid, and superior rectal
Which mediastinum has the ducks and geese?
What does the spleen store?
What does the spleen produce?
lymphocytes and antibodies
epithelium of the skin and nervous tissue comes from the:
epithelium of the respiratory and GI comes from the:
Everything else comes from:
dermis of skin
60-70% of saliva comes from:
What are the mesenteries?
double fold peritoneum that transmits vessels, nerves, and lymph
Where does the falciform ligament run?
left lobe of the liver to the diaphragm
What is contained in the falciform ligament?
periumbilical vein and ligamentum teres hepatis)
Where does the coronary ligament run?
right lobe of the liver to the diaphragm
Where is ligamentum venosum?
liver fissure, remnant of ductus venosus
Where does the lesser omentum run?
liver to lesser curvature of stomach
Where does the greater omentum run?
greater curvature of the stomach to the abdominal viscera
What do parietal cells secrete?
HCL and intrinsic factor
What do chief cells secrete?
What does gherlin do?
What is the function of the brush border?
increases surface area for absorption
Epithelial cells in the SI make:
Columns of Morgani in the anus allow:
What is the largest visceral organ and largest gland in the body?
The falciform ligament contains:
round ligament, aka ligamentum teres
What are the lobes of the liver?
left: caudate and quadrate right: anterior and posterior
What does the liver produce?
bile (RBCs in fetus)
What are the functions of the liver?
filters and detoxifies blood, protein synthesis
What does the liver store?
glycogen, vitamins, iron, and copper