One-Liners: Anatomy: Thorax

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47 terms · LECOM Bradenton PBL One-liners Anatomy Ch. 3 Thorax

Dermatome around nipple

T4

Vertebral level at inferior angle of scapula

TV7

Structure that lies immediately posterior to manubrium

Thymus

Vertebral level associated with sternal angle

Disc between TV4-5

Rib related to oblique fissure of lung posteriorly

2nd

Rib paralleled by horizontal fissure of right lung

4th

Inferior extent of lung at mid-clavicular line

6th rib

Inferior extent of pleura at mid-clavicular line

8th rib

Inferior extent of lung at mid-axillary line

8th rib

Inferior extent of pleura at mid-axillary line

10th rib

Inferior extent of lung posteriorly

10th rib

Inferior extent of pleura posteriorly

12th rib

Innervation of costal pleura

Intercostal nerve

Innervation of mediastinal pleura

Phrenic nerve

Level where ascending aorta is continuous with arch of aorta

TV4-5

Level where arch of aorta is continuous with descending aorta

TV4-5

Effect of sympathetic nerves on lungs

Bronchodilation, Vasoconstriction

Effect of parasympathetic nerves on lungs

Bronchoconstriction, Vasodilation

Rationale for aspirated small objects to go to right primary bronchus

Wider diameter, shorter and more vertical

Needle location for therapeutic pleural tapping

Superior to 12th rib, posteriorly

Name given to portion of right ventricle prior to beginning of pulmonary trunk

conus arteriosum or infundibulum

Site for auscultation of pulmonary valve

Left 2nd interspace

Site for auscultation of aortic valve

Right 2nd interspace

Site for auscultation of tricuspid valve

Xiphisternal joint

Site for auscultation of mitral valve

Left 5th interspace, mid-clavicular line

Heart chamber with greatest sternocostal projection

Right ventricle

Chamber that forms apex of heart

Left ventricle

Major chamber that forms base of heart

Left atrium

Heart chamber that contains moderator band

Right ventricle

Ridge located between sinus venarum and right ventricle

Cristae terminalis at the root of the SVC

Artery that determines coronary dominance

Posterior interventricular Usual origin of SA and AV nodal arteries Right coronary artery

Location of SA node

Cristae terminalis

Major vessel that drains the musculature of the heart

Coronary sinus

Innervation of fibrous pericardium

Phrenic nerve

Most common cause of systolic ejection murmur

Aortic stenosis

Rib associated with sternal angle

Second rib

Location of ductus arteriosus

Between left pulmonary artery and aorta

Nerve potentially injured with repair of patent ductus arteriosus

Left recurrent laryngeal Nerve

Veins that unite to form brachiocephalic

Subclavian and internal Jugular

Veins that unite to form superior vena cava

Right and left Brachiocephalic

Termination of azygos vein

Superior vena cava

Structures that lie to right and left of thoracic duct

Azygos veins, aorta

Spinal levels of greater splanchnic nerve

T5-9

Spinal levels of lesser splanchnic nerve

T10-11

Spinal levels of least splanchnic nerve

T12

Thoracic structures that can compress the esophagus

Left bronchus, aorta and Diaphragm

Disease often associated with thymoma

Myasthenia gravis

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