Name structures that arrows are pointing to: (start at 12:00 and follow arrows clockwise)
1. Arch of Aorta, 2. Ligamentum arteriosum, 3. Left pulmonary artery, 4. Pulmonary trunk, 5. Left superior and inferior pulmonary veins, 6. Inferior Vena Cava, 7. Aorta, 8. Superior vena cava, 9. Right superior & inferior pulmonary veins, 10. Right pulmonary artery
Identify items marked on the picture. (start at 12:00, with the arch of the aorta and continue clockwise)
1. B, 2. I, 3. D, 4. E, 5. L, 6. C, 7. M, 8. F, 9. J
Identify: 1. R common carotid artery, 2. L common carotid artery, 3. Sternum, 4. SC joint, 5. Spine and acromion of scapula, 6. Trachea, 7. Head of humerus, 8. Clavicle, 9. T2-T3
Which is more anterior, the ascending aorta or descending aorta?
What lies under the aortic arch?
What is to the left of the Superior Vena Cava?
Superior Vena Cava
What is to the right of the Ascending Aorta?
L common corotid artery, L subclavian artery, Aortic arch, L pulmonary arteries, Pulmonary trunk, Descending aorta, Ascending aorta, Right pumonary arteries, Superior Vena Cava, Innominate artery, R subclavian, R common corotid artery
Identify items marked on the picture. (start at 12:00, with the left common corotid artery and continue clockwise)
Carry blood to lungs to be oxygenated.
What is the function of the pulmonary trunk and pulmonary arteries?