5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- serous fluid
- superior vena cava
- chordae tendineae
- non contractile cardiac muscle cells
- a The fluid that is within the serous membranes and allows a friction free environment for the heart.
- b Fibers that attach papillary muscles to flaps of ventricles.
- c Chambers in the heart that receive blood (we mammals have 2 of these).
- d Vein that brings blood back to the heart from the upper body.
- e Cells in the myocardium that initiate impulses around the heart; also known as the Cardiac Conducting System
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Which delivers blood, either oxygenated or not, to the heart; veins or arteries?
- The internal surface of the fibrous pericardium that consists of the layer of the serous pericardium. This is one of the layers of the serous pericardium itself.
- What is the name of the inner pericardium layer that is deep to the fibrous layer?
- Depression that separates the atria from the ventricles.
- What is the name of the CIRCUIT of the left side of the heart?
5 True/False Questions
intercalated discs → Gap junctions in cardiac muscle that allow ions to pass freely from cell to cell to allow a quick depolarization across the heart.
arteries → Blood vessels that take blood AWAY from the heart from the ventricles.
aorta → Chambers in the heart that receive blood (we mammals have 2 of these).
coronary circulation → Blood supply of the heart itself.
left hip (5th intercostal) → What is the name of the CIRCUIT of the left side of the heart?