5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- pericardial cavity
- pectinate muscles
- a What is the space between the layers of the serous pericardium?
- b Muscles that make up the roughened wall of the right atrium.
- c The outermost layer of the wall of the heart and is the visceral layer of the serous pericardium (a single layer of flattened epithelium).
- d Where is 2/3 of the heart located to the left of?
- e Which delivers blood, either oxygenated or not, to the heart; veins or arteries?
5 Multiple choice questions
- Valve between the atrium and ventricle,a lso known as the right atrio-ventricular valve, it has 3 flasks.
- The atrioventricular valve in the left ventricle with 2 flasks (cusps).
- The largest artery in the body; takes blood to the entire body.
- Branching ridges of cardiac muscle that form the internal surface of the ventricles.
- After birth, what does the DUCTUS ARTERIOSUS become?
5 True/False questions
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.
serous pericardium → What is the name of the inner pericardium layer that is deep to the fibrous layer?
atria → The largest artery in the body; takes blood to the entire body.
pericardium → The outermost layer of the wall of the heart and is the visceral layer of the serous pericardium (a single layer of flattened epithelium).
parietal layer → 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.