A&P lab exam

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A&P lab exam
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  1. name from top to bottom
    • 1. common carotid arteries
    • 2. brachiocephalic trunk
    • 3. right subclavian artery
    • 4. axillary artery
    • 5. left subclavian artery
    • 6. thoracic aorta
  2. name from top to to bottom
    • 1.axillary artery
    • 2. brachial artery
  3. Name the two bottom arteries on the outside and the inside
    • 1.radial artery
    • 2. ulnar artery
  4. name from top to bottom
    • 1. superior mesenteric artery
    • 2. abdominal aorta
    • 3. common iliac artery
  5. name the 2 arteries we have to know in the brain and the circle structure
    • 1. middle cerebral artery
    • 2. internal carotid artery
    • 3. circle of willis
  6. name the arteries from the side top to bottom.
    • 1. internal carotid artery
    • 2. common carotid artery
    • 3. right subclavian artery
    • 4. brachiocephalic trunk
  7. name only ones we have too know top to bottom.
    • 1. aorta
    • 2. superior mesenteric artery
  8. name all arteries from upper leg top to bottom.
    • 1. common iliac artery
    • 2. external iliac artery
    • 3. femoral artery
    • 4. popliteal artery
  9. name the lower leg top to bottom and posterior view top to bottom
    • 1. popliteal artery
    • 2. anterior tibial artery
    • 3. posterior tibial artery
    • 4. popliteal artery
    • 5. anterior artery
    • 6. fibular artery
    • 7. posterior tibial artery
  10. name the veins from the side top to bottom.
    • 1. internal jugular vein
    • 2. brachiocephalic vein
    • 3. subclavian vein
  11. name the dural sinuses
    • 1.superior sagittal sinus
    • 2. falx cerebri
    • 3. inferior sagittal sinus
    • 4. cavernous sinus
    • 5. transverse sinuses
    • 6. sigmoid sinus
    • 7. jugular foramen
    • 8. right internal jugular vein
  12. name only the veins we have to know to bottom.
    • 1. external jugular
    • 2. internal jugular
    • 3. brachiocephalic vein
    • 4. subclavian vein 
    • 5. superior vena cava
  13. name top to bottom


    name top to bottom
    • 1. internal jugluar vein
    • 2. external jugular vein
    • 3. brachiocephalic veins-area right before it braches to the jugulars and the subclavians Y shape 
    • 4. right subclavian vein
    • 5. left subclavian vein
    • 6. axillary vein
    • 7. superior vena cava
    • 8. inferior vena cava
  14. name top to bottom
    • 1. brachiocephalic veins
    • 2. right subclavian
    • 3. axillary vein
    • 4. brachial vein 
  15. name from right to left.
    • 1. radial vein
    • 2. ulnar vein
  16. name top to bottom
    • 1. hepatic veins
    • 2. inferior vena cava 
    • 3. common iliac vein
    • 4. external iliac vein
    • 5. internal iliac vein
  17. name top to bottom
    • 1. hepatic veins
    • 2. inferior vena cava- vein that is very light behind stomach
    • 3. hepatic portal vein
    • 4. superior mesenteric vein
  18. name from top to bottom
    • 1. common iliac vein
    • 2. external iliac vein
    • 3. femoral vein
    • 4. great saphenous vein (superficial)
  19. name from top to bottom front view then back view
    • 1. popliteal vein
    • 2. anterior tibial vein
    • 1. great saphenous vein
    • 2. popliteal vein
    • 3. anterior tibial vein
    • 4. posterior tibial vein
    •    
  20. what is the tunica media in the arteries made up of
    elastic connective tissue and smooth muscle

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