5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- coronary circulation
- visceral layer (epicardium)
- pectinate muscles
- serous fluid
- a Blood supply of the heart itself.
- b Blood vessels that take blood AWAY from the heart from the ventricles.
- 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 The fluid that is within the serous membranes and allows a friction free environment for the heart.
- e Muscles that make up the roughened wall of the right atrium.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Where is 2/3 of the heart located to the left of?
- What is the space between the layers of the serous pericardium?
- What is the name of the inner pericardium layer that is deep to the fibrous layer?
- 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.
- Depression that separates the atria from the ventricles.
5 True/False questions
chordae tendineae → Veins, in general, that return blood used up by the heart itself to the right atrium of the heart.
serous pericardium → What is the name of the outer fibrous layer of the pericardium? It is a loose fitting sac of dense irregular connective tissue around the heart.
coronary arteries → 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.
veins → Which ventricle is thicker, the right or the left?
superior vena cava → Vein that brings blood back to the heart from the upper body.