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  1. The thoracic duct collects lymph from all of the following,
    except the
    Right Arm
  2. The thoracic duct and the right lymphatic duct empty into
    the
    Subclavian Veins
  3. What structures anchor the chordae tendinae?
    Papillary muscles
  4. Which of the following in not found in the left ventricle?
    The pectinate muscles
  5. The right ventricle pumps blood into the 
    Pulmonary trunk
  6. A drop of blood returning to the heart from the head region
    would enter the heart through the
    Superior Vena Cava
  7. Blood within the pulmonary veins returns to the 
    Left atrium
  8. Blood is carried to the cappilaries of the myocardium by way
    of the
    Coronary arteries 
  9. Which layer of the blood vessels contains the epithelial
    tissue? 
    Tunica Intima
  10. Choose the blood vessels responsible for draining the
    majority of blood from the brain? 
    Internal jugular veins
  11. Functionally, there are no valves in arteries (as opposed to
    in veins) because the 
    blood pressure in arteries is high enough that there isno risk of backflow blood.
  12. What vessel in the fetus connects the pulmonary trunk to the
    aortic arch so that much of the blood bypasses the immature lungs? 
    Ductus arteriosis
  13. The abdominal aorta divides at its distal end into which
    arteries? 
    The common iliac arteries
  14. Choose the missing blood vessels in the pathway supplying blood into the right arm. 
    Aortic arch, subclavian artery, axiallry artery, brachial
    artery.
    Brachiocephalic artery
  15. The three arteries that branch from the aortic arch are (in
    order) the
    brachiocephalic, the left common carotidarteries, left subclavian
  16. Which artery arises from the inferior part of the abdominal
    aorta and supplies the distal half of the large intestine? 
    Inferior mesenteric artery
  17. Which vessel is missing from the following statement?
    “Tracing blood that drains from the small intestine, we find that the blood leaves the intestinal cappilaries and passes through the superior mesenteric vein, the hepatic portal vein, the liver sinusoid cappilaries and the inferior vena cava.”  
    Hepatic Vein
  18. If both common carotid arteries were blocked, which might continue to carry blood to the brain?
    Vertebral Arteries
  19. The popliteal artery supplies the
    Knee joint
  20. The veins that merge to form the inferior vena cava are the
    common iliac veins
  21. Which of the following are not involved in the systemic
    circulation?
    • pulmonary artery
    • left atrium.
    • Right ventricle
  22. The epicardium is the same as the visceral layer of the
    serous pericardium
  23. The heart chamber with the thickest wall is the
     left ventricle
  24. Of the three layers of the heart wall, the layer that
    contains the cardiac muscles is the 
    myocardium
  25. The atrioventricular node is located in the
     right atrium just inferior to the opening of the inferior vena cava
  26. Of the following heart chambers, the one with the thinnest
    walls is the
     right atrium
  27. Which is not part of the conduction system of the heart?
     AV Valve
  28. Which branch (or branches) of the abdominal aorta supplies
    the stomach? 
    Gastroduadenal and the celiac trunk (both A and B)
  29. The anterior cardiac vein runs with which artery? 
    Anterior interventricular
  30. Figure learn to know:
    • left common carotid artery
    • the great saphenous vein
    • right common iliac artery
    • left cephalic vein
    • the left basilica vein
  31. Lymph nodes filter
    lymph
  32. Which lymphatic organ contains red pulp and white pulp?
    Spleen
  33. With respect to the lymphatic system, what do the letters in
    the acronym MALT stand for?
    Mucosa-associated lymphatic tissue.
  34. T or F The right and left coronary arteries are the only branches
    of the acending aorta. 
    True
  35. T or F Of the three artery types, the elastic arteries have the
    abiliy to vasoconstrict and vasodialate.
    False
  36. T or F Among the advantages of the cerebral arterial circle is the presence of collateral channels of blood flow to the brain should a supply artery become blocked. 
    TRUE
  37. T or F The constricution of skeletal muscles plays an important
    role in the movement of blood in the veins. 
    TRUE
  38. T or F The liver is unique in that it receives both oxygenated and deoxygenated blood. 
    TRUE
  39. T or F The superior sagitaal sinus drains deoxygenated blood from the brain. 
    TRUE
  40. T or F The umbilical arteries bring blood back to the fetal heart,
    and the umbilical veins return blood to the placenta.
    FALSE
  41. Vessels and nerves enter and leave the kidneys through
    the…
    renal hilus
  42. The deepest layer of the kidney is the
    Medulla
  43. Before it enters the renal pelvis, urine collects in the
    Major calyx
  44. Which of the following represents the correct branch of the
    renal artery after it enters the kidney?
    Segemental arteries, interlobararteries, arcuate arteries, interlobular arteries
  45. Which of the following processes participates in the
    production of urine in the kidney? 
     reabsorption, secretion,and filtration, All of the above
  46. Urinary tract infections are more common in females than in
    males because in females the 
    urethra is shorter than in males
  47. Which of the following would favor micturition (urination)?
    Relaxation of the
     internal urethral sphincter
  48. The function of the kidney is to…
    • remove nitrogenous wastes from the blood
    • maintain the proper chemistry of the blood
    • secrete some drugs
    • remove excess water from the blood
    • all of the above
  49. The arteries that branch to form the afferent arterioles
    leading to the glomerular capillaries are the 
    interlobular arteries
  50. In the juxtaglomerular apparatus, the macula densa cells
    belong to the 
    distal convoluted tubule
  51. The shortest of the three parts of the male urethra is the
    membranous 
  52. Urine passes through the
     renal pelvis to the ureter to thebladder of the urethra
  53. The epithelium lining the urinary bladder that permits
    stretching is 
    transitional
  54. The usual site of embryo implantation is the 
    utereus
  55. Factors that propel an oocyte through the fallopian tube are
    smooth muscle contraction (peristalsis) and ciliaryaction of cells lining the lube
  56. The female homologous structure to the male scrotum is the 
    labia majora
  57. The seminal vesicles are
     glands that secrete most of thevolume of the semen
  58. The function of the cremaster muscle is
    to help keep the gonad cool
  59. The region of the uterus with the largest lumen space is its
    body
  60. Which of the following does not add a secretion to the
    semen? 
    Corpus cavernosum
  61. Erection is caused by 
    erectile bodies filling with blood
  62. Which part of the fallopian tube does fertilization usually
    occur? 
    Ampulla
  63. This figure shows a frontal section of the kidney
    • Renal cortex
    • Renal pelvis 
    • Proximal convoluted tubule
    • juxtaglomerular apparatus.
    • Afferent arteriole
    • infundibulum
    • Fimbriae
    • seminal vesicle
    • bulbourethral gland
    • ductus deferens
  64. Which ducts will develop into the uterine tubes in an
    anatomic female? 
    Mullerian ducts
  65. Identify the homologous gland (in females) to the male
    bulbourethral gland?
     Greater vestibular gland
  66. Identify the phase of the sexual response that varies most
    between males and females.
     Refractory period
  67. Identify the structures that will have smooth muscle
    contraction during male ejaculation.
    • epididymis, ductusdeferens, urethra, ejaculatory duct
    •  All of the above do
  68. T or F The testes are the male gametes.  
    FALSE
  69. T or F The glans clitoris is homologous to the glans penis. 
    TRUE
  70. T or F The juxtamedullary apparatus functions to regulate blood pressure.
    False
  71. T or F The dartos muscle is composed of smooth muscle; the
    cremaster muscle is composed of skeletal 
    muscle.
    FALSE
  72. T or F Each renal papilla empties into only one minor calyx.
    TRUE
  73. T or F The mucosal layer of the urinary bladder is made of moist stratified squamous epithelium.
    FALSE
  74. T or F The grafenberg spot is thought to occur in the anterior wall of the female urethra.
    FALSE
  75. T or F Vasectomies will eliminate semen during an ejaculation.
    FALSE
  76. T or F The suspensory ligament attached to the uterus to the
    abdominal wall.
    FALSE

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