Anatomy E4, VI Thorax

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  1. Extent of Diaphragmatic line of Pleural Relfection in...
    Ox:
    Goat:
    Sheep:
    • Cow: 7/11
    • Goat: 6/13
    • Sheep: 9/21
    • (costochondral/rib)
  2. Varations in Mediastinum in..
    Ox:
    Goat:
    Sheep:
    • Ox: Thick, intact, supported by submesothelial CT
    • Goat: hick, intact, supported by submesothelial CT
    • Sheep: Occasional Opening
  3. In all domestic species, the __ lung displaces the mediastinum to the ___
    • R Lung
    • L
  4. The ___ & __ are located caudal to the reticulum (hardware Dz)
    Accessory Lobe of the R lung & Mediastinal Recess
  5. Ruminant cupula pleura (+/- entend?)
    R side extends past 1st rib
  6. Location of thoracocentesis in...
    Ruminants:
    Horse:
    Dogs:
    • Ruminants: 6-7 ICS
    • Horse: 7 ICS
    • Dogs: 7-8 ICS
  7. Extent of Lung Field in...
    Ox:
    Pig:
    Sheep:
    • Ox: 6th/11th ICS & epaxial
    • Pig: 6th/11th rib angle
    • Sheep: 6th/11th rib angle
  8. Lung is well lobated in...
    Ruminants and pigs
  9. Lobes of Ruminant Lungs...
    L:
    R:
    • L:
    • Cranial
    • Caudal

    • R:
    • Cranial Cranial
    • Caudal Cranial
    • Middle
    • Caudal
    • Accessory
  10. Lobes of porcine lungs...
    L:
    R:
    • L:
    • Cranial
    • Caudal

    • R:
    • Cranial
    • Middle
    • Caudal
    • Accessory
  11. Tracheal bronchus connects the trachea to the ____ in pigs and ruminants
    R Cr Lobe
  12. Definition of lung lobation in...
    Ox:
    Pig:
    Goats:
    Sheep:
    • Ox: Very clear, thick CT
    • Pig: Very Clear, thick CT
    • Goats: Poorly defined, Small Lobules
    • Sheep: Poorly defined, Small Lobules
  13. The basal border of the ___ lung, is relatively straight
    ox
  14. Extent of the Cranial and Caudal Lung fields
    • Cranial:
    • 1st-3rd ICS
    • Caudal:
    • Tricipital Line (Cr)
    • Epaxial mm (dors)
  15. Basal Border of the lung field:
    • 6-11th ICS
    • (3-4cm above the actual lung which is too Thin & Straight)
  16. Which Veins are valveless?
    Azygous
  17. Presence of Azygous V in....
    Ruminants:
    Pigs:
    Goat:
    Sheep:
    • Ruminants: L & +/- part of R
    • Pigs: L & +/- part of R
    • Goat: L & +/- R (fully dev)
    • Sheep: L & +/- R (fully dev)
  18. What A supplies the Ribs 1-5?
    Suprema Intercostalis A
  19. The Azygous V drains:
    • Cr Lumbar Area
    • Thoracic Wall
  20. The Heart is located btw ribs __-__, or ICS __-__
    • ribs 3-6
    • ICS 3-5
  21. The apex of the heart in domestic mammels is ____ inclined to the __
    caudo-ventrally inclined and to the Left
  22. Angle of the heart in...
    Ruminants:
    Pigs:
    • Ruminant: Verticle
    • Pig: Oblique, 45o
  23. Two fibrous rings surround the ___, the larger one is associated with the ____
    • Aorta
    • R Valve
  24. Fibrous rings in ruminants=>
    Ossa Cordis
  25. Grooves of the ox heart:
    • Paraconal
    • Subsinuosal
    • Intermediate
  26. Where is the intermediate Groove located?
    caudal surface of L ventricle
  27. Where is a percardiocentesis performed in ruminants?
    4th ICS, @ costochondral junction
  28. In ruminants and horses, what attaches the pericardium to the sternum?
    Sternopericardiac ligaments
  29. Which Coronary A is larger in...
    Ruminants:
    Pigs:
    Horses:
    • Ruminants: L
    • Pigs: R
    • Horses: R
  30. Lymphocenters in the thorax:
    • Dorsal Thoracic
    • Ventral Thoracic
    • Mediastinal
    • Bronchial
  31. Cranial Mediastinal LN
    Sp Differences (2):
    Anatomical Locations (3):
    • Sp Differences:
    • All
    • Large in ox
    • Anatomical Locations:
    • Trachea
    • Esophagus
    • Large BV
  32. Middle Mediastinal LN
    Sp Differences (2):
    Anatomical Locations (4):
    • Sp Differences:
    • Absent in pig
    • 1-5 in ox
    • Anatomical Locations:
    • Base of Heart
    • R of Aortic Arch
    • Trachea
    • Esophagus
  33. Caudal Mediastinal LN
    Sp Differences (1):
    Anatomical Locations (2):
    • Sp Differences:
    • Large in ruminants
    • Anatomical Locations:
    • Mediastinum
    • Btw. Aorta and Esophagus
  34. Which LN is involved in bloat?
    Caudal Mediastinal LN
  35. Which Bronchial lnn are present in sheep?
    • L Tracheobronchial
    • Cranial tracheobronchial
  36. Which broncial lnn are present in the ox?
    • L & R Tracheobronchial
    • Middle Tracheobronchial (inconsistant)
    • Cranial Tracheobronchial
  37. Lymphadenitis within ____ can cause roars as it is pressed against the ____
    • L Tracheobronchial ln
    • Aorta
  38. TB => enlargement of _____ln
    Caudal Mediastinal
  39. Enlargement of the Caudal Mediastinal ln causes ___, which causes ____ or ___
    • Compression of esophagus
    • Chocking or Damage to vagal trunk
  40. LN examined at meat inspection:
    • Cr, Middle & Caudal Mediastinal
    • L, R, Middle & Cr Tracheobroncheal lnn
    • Pulmonary ln
    • Thoracic Aortic ln

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