5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- parietal layer
- pulmonary semilunar valve
- coronary arteries
- visceral layer (epicardium)
- serous fluid
- a 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.
- b Three-cusped valve that guards the opening of the large artery where the pulmonary trunk rises.
- c There are three layers of the heart. The external surface of the heart that the serous pericardium lies on. Actually, the serous pericardium is also included as part of this layer.
- d Which arteries supply the blood to the heart itself?
- e The fluid that is within the serous membranes and allows a friction free environment for the heart.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Where does the apex (the bottom) of the heart point to?
- The bilater, parasympathetic nerves around the heart.
- Veins, in general, that return blood used up by the heart itself to the right atrium of the heart.
- Large artery that takes blood away from the heart (via the left ventricle) and to the lungs.
- The prominent trabeculae, a curved muscular bundle that runs from interventricular septum to the base of the anterior pupillary muscle. Carries the intrinsic conducting system of the heart.
5 True/False questions
systemic circuit → What is the name of the CIRCUIT of the left side of the heart?
epicardium → The outermost layer of the wall of the heart and is the visceral layer of the serous pericardium (a single layer of flattened epithelium).
ventricles → Blood vessels that take blood AWAY from the heart from the ventricles.
pericardial cavity → What is the name of the sac that covers the heart?
atrioventricular groove → Internal separation or partition of the ventricles.