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Chapter 19 Blood Vessels (Matching)

Hello everyone, this set was created for Dr. Halls A&P 2 class at USF during the spring of 2012, i hope it helps
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Capillary found in endocrine organs that allows hormones to gain rapid entry into the blood.
A.) Continuous Capillary
B.) Fenestrated Capillary
C.) Sinusoidal Capillary
B. Fenestrated Capillary
Receives blood from all areas superior to the diaphragm, except the heart wall.
A) Superior vena cava
B) Axillary artery
C) Pulmonary trunk
D) External jugular vein
E) Subclavian vein
Superior vena cava
Carries oxygen-poor blood to the lungs.
A) Superior vena cava
B) Axillary artery
C) Pulmonary trunk
D) External jugular vein
E) Subclavian vein
Pulmonary Trunk
Drains the scalp.
A) Superior vena cava
B) Axillary artery
C) Pulmonary trunk
D) External jugular vein
E) Subclavian vein
External jugular vein
Runs through the armpit area, giving off branches to the axillae, chest wall, and shoulder girdle.
A) Superior vena cava
B) Axillary artery
C) Pulmonary trunk
D) External jugular vein
E) Subclavian vein
Axillary artery
Drains the upper extremities, deep vein.
A) Superior vena cava
B) Axillary artery
C) Pulmonary trunk
D) External jugular vein
E) Subclavian vein
Subclavian vein
Capillary that may contain Kupffer cells in the lining.
A.) Continuous Capillary
B.) Fenestrated Capillary
C.) Sinusoidal Capillary
C. Sinusoidal Capillary
Capillary with intercellular clefts found in the skin and muscles.
A.) Continuous Capillary
B.) Fenestrated Capillary
C.) Sinusoidal Capillary
A. Continuous Capillary
Largest artery of the body.
A) Aorta
B) Renal artery
C) Inferior mesenteric artery
D) Internal iliac artery
E) Common hepatic artery
Aorta
Supplies the kidney.
A) Aorta
B) Renal artery
C) Inferior mesenteric artery
D) Internal iliac artery
E) Common hepatic artery
Renal Artery
Supplies the duodenum and stomach.
A) Aorta
B) Renal artery
C) Inferior mesenteric artery
D) Internal iliac artery
E) Common hepatic artery
Common hepatic artery
Supplies the distal areas of the large intestine.
A) Aorta
B) Renal artery
C) Inferior mesenteric artery
D) Internal iliac artery
E) Common hepatic artery
Inferior mesenteric artery
Supplies pelvic structures
A) Aorta
B) Renal artery
C) Inferior mesenteric artery
D) Internal iliac artery
E) Common hepatic artery
Internal iliac artery
Artery that does not anastomose.
A) Aorta
B) Renal artery
C) Inferior mesenteric artery
D) Internal iliac artery
E) Common hepatic artery
Renal Artery
Gives rise to the right common carotid and right subclavian artery.
A) Brachiocephalic trunk
B) Radial artery
C) Celiac trunk
D) Internal carotid artery
E) External iliac artery
Brachiocephalic trunk
Supplies the lower limbs.
A) Brachiocephalic trunk
B) Radial artery
C) Celiac trunk
D) Internal carotid artery
E) External iliac artery
External iliac artery
Common site to take the pulse.
A) Brachiocephalic trunk
B) Radial artery
C) Celiac trunk
D) Internal carotid artery
E) External iliac artery
Radial Artery
Major supply to the cerebral hemispheres.
A) Brachiocephalic trunk
B) Radial artery
C) Celiac trunk
D) Internal carotid artery
E) External iliac artery
Internal carotid artery
Large unpaired branch of the abdominal aorta that supplies the liver, stomach, and spleen.
A) Brachiocephalic trunk
B) Radial artery
C) Celiac trunk
D) Internal carotid artery
E) External iliac artery
Celiac trunk
Capillary found where active capillary absorption of filtrate occurs.
A.) Continuous Capillary
B.) Fenestrated Capillary
C.) Sinusoidal Capillary
B. Fenestrated Capillary
Sinusoid capillary.
A.) Continuous Capillary
B.) Fenestrated Capillary
C.) Sinusoidal Capillary
C. Sinusoidal Capillary