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Chapter 19 part 1

Quiz by Sarah Alfano

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  • Q1
    What are trabeculae?
    Ridges in the left ventricle
    Ridges in the aorta
    Ridges in the ventricles
    Ridges in the atrium
  • Q2
    Veins function to:
    Transport blood into the ventricles.
    Transports oxygenated blood to the heart.
    Transports blood directly into the atrium​
    Pump blood throughout the body
  • Q3
    Arteries function to:
    Transport blood back to the heart
    Site of gas exchange
    Transport oxygenated blood to the bodies tissues
    Transport deoxygenated blood to the bodies tissues
  • Q4
    Perfusion describes:
    The diffusion of gasses across a surface
    Ample blood flow to the bodies tissues.
    The amount of blood being pumped throughout the body
  • Q5
    The Fibrous Pericardium is:
    The innermost layer of the heart that functions to attach the heart to neighboring tissues.
    The outermost layer of the heart that functions to attach the heart to muscle.
    The outermost layer of the heart that functions to attach​ the heart to neighboring tissues. Functions to prevent the heart from overfilling.
    A layer that directly surrounds the heart
  • Q6
    Myocardium​ is:
    Fibrous pericardium
    Thickest layer of the heart; where the contractile cells of the heart are (cardiac cells)
    Outermost layer of the heart wall
    Innermost layer of epithelium that is continuous with the heart valves and lines the blood vessels
  • Q7
    What is the function​ of the coronary sinus?
    The location all venous blood from the heart pools- will empty into the right atrium​ and superior and inferior vena cava.
    A major sulcus between the Atria and ventricles
    The receiving chamber of the heart- the portion that receives blood from the entire body.
  • Q8
    Groups of cords that regulate the opening and closing of the tricuspid and bicuspid valves:
    Chordae Tendonae
    Pappilary muscles
    Atrioventricular valves
    Trabeculae Carnae
  • Q9
    Where does pulmonary circulation start? Where does it stop?
    Start: Left Atrium, Stop: Inferior Venacava
    Start: Right Atrium, Stop: Left Atrium
    Start: Right ventricle, Stop: Left Atrium
    Start: Right Atrium, Stop: Lungs
  • Q10
    What are the different shunts in fetal circulation?
    Foramen oval, Ductus arteriosus, Ligamentum venosum
    Ligamentum arteriosum, Ligamentum venosum, Fossa ovalis
    Fossa ovalis, Ductus venossus, Ligamentum arteriosum
    Foramen ovale, Ductus venossus, Ductus arteriosus
  • Q11
    Where does systemic circulation start and stop?
    Start: Left Atrium , Stop: Left Ventricle
    Start: Right Atrium , Stop: Lungs
    Start: Left Atrium, Stop: All bodies tissues
    Start: Left Atrium, Stop: Aortic branches

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