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  1. structure from which chordae tendineae originate
    papillary muscle
  2. prevents blood movement from the right ventricle to right atrium
    tricuspid valve
  3. membranes around the heart
    pericardial sac
  4. prevents blood movement from left ventricle to left atrium
    mitral valve
  5. gives rise to left and right pulmonary arteries
    pulmonary trunk
  6. drains blood from myocardium into right atrium
    coronary sinus
  7. inner lining of heart chamber
    endocardium
  8. layer largely composed of cardiac muscle tissue
    myocardium
  9. space containing serous fluid to reduce friction during heartbeats
    pericardial cavity
  10. drains blood from myocardial capillaries
    cardiac vein
  11. supplies blood to heart muscle
    coronary artery
  12. distributes blood to body organs (systemic circuit) except lungs
    aorta
  13. jaw, teeth, face
    External Carotid
  14. kidney
    Renal
  15. upper digestive tract, spleen, liver
    Celiac
  16. foot and toes
    Anterior tibial
  17. gluteal muscles
    Internal iliac
  18. bicep muscles
    Brachial
  19. knee joint
    Popliteal
  20. adrenal gland
    Suprarenal
  21. diaphragm
    Phrenic
  22. brain
    Internal Carotid
  23. forearm muscles
    Ulnar
  24. filtration results when substances are forced through the capillaries by
    hydrostatic pressure
  25. of the antigens in the Rh group , the most important
    Rh+ve
  26. the__ of an arterial wall contains many smooth muscles
    tunica media
  27. when contraction of smooth muscle in the blood vessel, the vessel is being in condition of
    vasoconstriction
  28. the smallest blood vessels are called
    capillaries
  29. if the red blood cells lack Rh antigens in the blood is called
    Rh-ve
  30. ___ in certain veins close if blood begins to back up in the vein
    valves
  31. ___ is oxygen carrying substance in a RBC
    hemoglobin
  32. the ___ of an arterial wall is composed of connective tissues
    tunica externa
  33. the presence of plasma proteins in the blood increase its ___ pressure
    osmotic
  34. relaxation of smooth muscle in the blood vessel, the vessel is being in condition of
    vasodialation
  35. mature red blood cell
    erythrocyte
  36. polymorphonuclear and he most numerous
    neutrophil
  37. the largest white cell
    monocyte
  38. white cel that provides immunity
    lymphocyte
  39. another name for white cells
    leukocyte
  40. secrete serotonin
    platelets
  41. the least abundant of the WBC and secretes histamine
    Basophil
  42. increases in allergy and parasitic infection
    eosinophil
  43. a pulse that feels full is due to elevated
    blood pressure
  44. the term blood pressure mostly refers to systemic ___ pressure
    arterial
  45. the ___ pulse rate is felt at the base of the neck
    carotid
  46. the maximum pressure during ventricular contraction
    systolic
  47. the difference between systolic and diastolic pressure
    pulse pressure
  48. the lowest pressure remains in the arteries during ventricular contraction
    diastolic
  49. the ___ artery in the arm is standard for measuring the blood pressure
    brachial
  50. the___ pulse rate is used to determine heart rate
    radial

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