5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- ligamentum venosum
- vagus and phrenic nerves
- superior vena cava
- pulmonary veins
- a Vessels that bring blood from the lungs into the left atrium.
- b Vein that brings blood back to the heart from the upper body.
- c The bilater, parasympathetic nerves around the heart.
- d Where is 2/3 of the heart located to the left of?
- e After birth, what does the DUCTUS VENOSUS become?
HINT: It closes.
5 Multiple choice questions
- There are three layers of the heart. The bulk of the wall of the heart; made up of cardiac muscle tissue and contracts (pumps) the heart. Middle layer.
- The outermost layer of the wall of the heart and is the visceral layer of the serous pericardium (a single layer of flattened epithelium).
- Veins, in general, that return blood used up by the heart itself to the right atrium of the heart.
- Where does the base (the top) of the heart point to?
- The innermost layer of the heart; it is a single layer of squamous epithelium called 'endothelium" and is continuous with the lining of the blood vessels.
5 True/False questions
tricuspid valve → Valve between the atrium and ventricle,a lso known as the right atrio-ventricular valve, it has 3 flasks.
arteries → Chambers in the heart that receive blood (we mammals have 2 of these).
serous fluid → What is the name of the sac that covers the heart?
trabeculae carneae → Valve between the atrium and ventricle,a lso known as the right atrio-ventricular valve, it has 3 flasks.
coronary sinus → A collection of veins joined together to form a large vessel that collects and brings blood to the right atria after the heart muscle itself is supplied.