CA2 Final

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CA2 Final
2011-11-14 16:16:41
Clinical Anatomy SOMA heart digestive reproductive

Clinical Anatomy 2 Final
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  1. What valve is located between the left atrium and left ventricle?
    Mitral valve (Bicuspid)
  2. Capillaries consist of ___ epithelial tissue, which allows gases and utrients to pass through easily.
    Simple squamos
  3. What blood vessels deliver oxygenated blood from lungs to the left atrium of the heart?
    Pulmonary veins
  4. The longest vein in the body is the ___ vein.
    Great saphenous
  5. The ___ duct drains lymph from the entire body except the right chest, right shoulder and right upper limb.
  6. The upper chambers of the heart are called ___.
  7. The walls of the arteries are compromised of three layers, what is the name of the layer that consists of smooth muscle and elastic connective tiddue?
    Tunica media
  8. Inferior to the diaphragm, the descending aorta is called the ___.
  9. What arteries travel through the cervical transverse foramen?
    Vertebral arteries
  10. What fluid is found between the visceral and parietal pericardium of the heart?
    Serous fluid
  11. The blood found in the right atrium of the heart is high in ___ and low ___.
    carbon dioxide / oxygen
  12. Venous blood returns to the heart primarily by way of ___.
    Skeletal muscle contraction and respiration
  13. When a blood vessel dilates, the smooth muscle is ___.
  14. Which of the following organs is not considered part of the lymphatic system?
  15. What type of blood vessel has valves?
  16. Which of the following is not part of the alimentary canal?
  17. Which of the following is not considered part of the lower respiratory system?
  18. The proximal part of the small intestine is the ___.
  19. Which branch of the nervous system increases digestion?
  20. The kidneys are generally located between the ____ and the ___.
    last rib / iliac crest
  21. The wall of the alimentary canal is made up of ___ distinct layers.
  22. The following are functions of the liver (3):
    • - Secretes bile
    • - Stores glycogen
    • - Filters the blood
  23. What organs supply secretions to the small intestines?
    Liver, gall bladder and pancreas
  24. Where is parietal pleura found?
    Inner walls of the thoracic cavity
  25. The largest of the major salivary glands are the ___.
    parotid glands
  26. What part of the respiratory tract is shared with the alimentary canal?
  27. What is the name of the inner lining of the alimentary canal?
  28. ___ are an example of an accessory organ to the digestive system.
    Salivary glands
  29. The following are examples of major sinuses (3):
    • - Maxillary
    • - Frontal
    • - Sphenoid