Cardiovascular

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Omurbek
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Cardiovascular
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2015-08-18 07:23:29
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Cardiovascular
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Embriology 2
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Embriology 2
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  1. Ascending aorta and pulmonary trunk
    Truncus arteriosus gives rise to
  2. Smooth parts (outflow tract) of left and right ventricles
    Bulbus cordis GIvES RISE TO
  3. Trabeculated part of left and right atria
    Primitive atrium GIvES RISE TO
  4. Trabeculated part of left and right ventricles
    Primitive ventricle GIvES RISE TO
  5. Smooth part of left atrium
    Primitive pulmonary vein GIvES RISE TO
  6. Coronary sinus
    Left horn of sinus venosus GIvES RISE TO
  7. Smooth part of right atrium (sinus venarum)
    Right horn of sinus venosus GIvES RISE TO
  8. Superior vena cava (SVC)
    Right common cardinal vein and right anterior cardinal vein GIvES RISE TO
  9. Cardiac looping begins in week -- of gestation.
    4
  10. Fetal erythropoiesis 3-8 weeks
    yolk sac
  11. Fetal erythropoiesis 6 weeks - birth
    liver
  12. Fetal erythropoiesis 10-28 weeks
    spleen
  13. Fetal erythropoiesis 18 weeks to adult
    bone marrow
  14. Fetal erythropoiesis - shot
    Young Liver Synthesizes Blood
  15. Hemoglobin development α2β2
    adult hemoglobin HbA
  16. Hemoglobin development α2γ2
    Fetal hemoglobin (HbF)
  17. Hemoglobin development: ζ and ε.
    Embryonic globins
  18. Fetal circulation. ductus venosus
    Blood entering fetus through the umbilical vein is conducted via the ductus venosus into the IVC, bypassing hepatic circulation.
  19. Fetal circulation. foramen ovale
    Most of the highly oxygenated blood reaching the heart via the IVC is directed through the foramen ovale and pumped into the aorta to supply the head and body
  20. Fetal circulation. PDA
    Deoxygenated blood from the SVC passes through the RA * RV * main pulmonary artery * patent ductus arteriosus * descending aorta;
  21. Deoxygenated blood from the SVC passes through the RA * RV * main pulmonary artery * patent ductus arteriosus * descending aorta; shunt is due to ---
    high fetal pulmonary artery resistance (due partly to low O2 tension).
  22. Fetal-postnatal derivatives
    allantois * urachus
    median umbilical ligament
  23. Fetal-postnatal derivatives
    ductus arteriosus
    ligamentum arteriosum
  24. Fetal-postnatal derivatives ductus venosus
    ligamentum venosum
  25. Fetal-postnatal derivatives
    foramen ovale
    fossa ovalis
  26. Fetal-postnatal derivatives
    notochord
    nucleus pulposus
  27. Fetal-postnatal derivatives
    medial umbilical ligaments
    umbilical atreries
  28. Fetal-postnatal derivatives
    ligamentum teres hepatis
    umbilical vein

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