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Which of these blood vessels is considered to be the longest vein in the body?
Biscupid and Tricuspid values
Which of these valves are found in the human heart?
Pulmonary Semilunar and Tricuspid valve
Which of the following blood valves transmit de-oxygenated blood?
The number of bones in the make up of the human skeleton is
Which blood vessel begins at the lateral border of the 1st rib and terminates as it passes by the tendon of the TERES MAJOR MUSCLE?
Which blood vessel begins at the opening of the adductor mangus muscle?
Which of these is the bone of the upper jaw?
The internal thoratic artery is a branch of the
Which of the following bifurcates into the right subclavian and right common carotid arteries?
The study of the structures of the body is
A term of that suggests a location close to the surface of the body or body part is
Erythrocyte, leucocyte, thrombocyte
Which of these lists include all of the basic types of blood cells?
Which of these is a bone of the face?
left upper, right lower, left lower
Which quadrants of the body feed the left lymph duct?
Liver, stomach, spleen
Which of these organs receive blood from the celiac axis artery?
left common carotid artery, left subclavian artery, Brachiocepalic artery.
Which of the following blood vessels are branches of the arch of aorta?
Blood is classified as which type of elementary tissue
The myocardium of the heart is composed of what elementary tissue?
The act of moving the arm laterally is
A term that represents one of the basic tissues of the body is
The study of bones is
The plantar arteries are located in the
Which of the following is an unpaired visceral branch of the abdominal aorta?
Which of these identifies an important body cavity?
In anatomical study, the direction toward the foot end of the body is referred to as
The imaginary, vertical plane that cuts through the body in such a manner as to divide it into two symmetrical halves is referred to as the
How many bones are in the axial skeleton?
A term that identifies a body system is
The incus, stapes and malleus bones are related to
Microscopic anatomy may also be referred to as
The liver produces
In anatomical study, the direction toward the front of the body is referred to as
The middle section of the pharynx is the
The study of the function of the body is
A term identifies one of the basic body tissues
What kind of gland is the pancreas?
Which of the following bones are located within bones of the face?
duodenum, jejunum. ileum
Which of the following lists the parts in order that food passes through from the stomach to the small intestin
Orbicularis oculi, Sternocleidomastoid, Diaphragm, Gastrocnemius
Which of the following lists the muscles in the order in which rigor mortis appears?
The union of two arteries is called:
The anatomical guide that lies lateral to the tendon of the flexor carpi ulnaris muscle describes the:
Failure of fluid distribution to the area below the elbow would indicate a possible blockage of which of the following arteries:
The study of the circulatory system is also known as:
artery, arteriole, venule, capillary
Which of the following lists the blood vessels in the order that an erythrocyte passes as it leaves the heart, travels to a tissue, and returns to the heart ?
What artery might you raise to inject the upper extremity below the cubital fossa?
The ovarian follicle is also known as:
Points of origin and termination in relation to adjacent structures refer to:
After blood passes the mitral valve, it will be in the:
The cardiac sphincter would be associated with the:
A line drawn or visualized on the surface of the skin to represent the approximate location of some more deeply-lying structure is the:
Coronary Sinus, Superior vena cava, Inferior vena cava
Which of the following returns blood to the right atrium :
brachiocepalic, subclavian, axillary, brachial
Which of the following lists the vessels in order going from the aorta towards the upper extremity?
The external iliac artery lies along the medial border of which of the following muscles?
In relation to the lungs, the heart is
axillary, brachial, radial, deep palmer arch
Blood flow to the arm and hand will reach the following arteries in what order
When using the 9-region method for cavity embalming, the cecum is located in which of the following regions?
The occipitofrontalis muscle is also known as the
Dorsalis pedis artery
Which of the following blood vessels is a
continuation of the anterior tibial artery?
deep palmar artery
An artery that supplies blood to the hand is the
The anterior 1/3 of the cranium froming the forhead and parts of the eye socket and most of the anterior of the cranial floor.
left atrioventricular orifice.
The bicuspid valve of the heart controls the flow
of blood through the
The internal carotid artery is the main blood
The innermost layer of the heart is the
The umbilical arteries are branches of which
The study of the ARTERIES of the body is
The pulse is usually taken at the
anterior cerebral artery.
Of the following arteries, the one involved in the
make-up of the Circle of Willis is the
The portion of the skull that encloses the brain is
The auditory ossicles are contained within the
A term that identifies one of the two divisions of the skeleton is
The sella turcica is located on the
The union of the splenic vein and the superior
Celiac trunk artery
The liver receives its blood supply from which of
Superior mesenteric artery
What blood vessel supplies oxygenated blood to
the small intestine and the right half of the large intestine?
Blood exits from the left ventricle of the heart
inferior vena cava
The large vein that returns deoxygenated blood
from the lower extremities and the abdomen to the
right atrium of the heart is the
The artery that is transmitted through the adductor
canal is the
Which chamber of the heart contains the papillary
muscles and chordae tendinae associated with the
descending thoracic aorta.
The posterior intercostal arteries are parietal
branches of the
external iliac artery.
An artery that is closely associated with the
inguinal ligament is the
right lymphatic duct.
Lymph fluid from the right upper extremity drains
is tributary to the right brachiocephalic vein
The right lymph duct
The basilic vein terminates by emptying into the
Which of these is the last chamber of the heart to
contain oxygenated blood before it enters into the
internal carotid artery.
Of the following arteries, the one that is involved
in the make-up of the Circle of Willis is the
Pulmonary semilunar valve
What structure will blood pass through after
leaving the right ventricle of the heart?
Veins originate all over the body as continuations
INFERIOR VENA CAVA
A blood vessel closely associated with the RIGHT ATRIUM of the heart is the
The study of blood is called
The arch of the aorta gives off
The small cone-shaped muscles that project into
the lumen of the ventricles of the heart are
Which of these are visceral branches of the
descending thoracic aorta?
Blood is supplied to the gall bladder by the
The external iliac vein arises as the continuation of
The continuation of the ascending aorta is the
Descending thoracic aorta
Which section of the aorta gives rise to the
pericardial and bronchial arteries?
right atrium and right ventricle.
The tricuspid valve is located between the
Which blood vessel bifurcates into the right and
left common iliac arteries?
The coronary sinus orifice is in which chamber of
What branch of the external carotid artery feeds
posterior communicating artery.
The artery of the Circle of Willis that transports
blood from the internal carotid artery to the
posterior cerebral artery is the
Great saphenous vein
Which of the following veins arises from the
dorsal venous network of the foot?
The branch of the subclavian artery that transports
blood to the basilar artery is the
deep palmar arch.
An artery that is considered to be the continuation
of the radial artery is the
Medial plantar artery
Which of the following arteries is one of the
bifurcations of the posterior tibial artery?
Which of the following can be located on the
medial and superficial aspect of the forearm?
The subclavian vein arises as the continuation of
Internal jugular vein
Which of the following joins the subclavian vein
to form the innominate vein?
convey blood in a general direction away
from the heart.
The arteries of the body
What blood vessel is formed by the union of the
right and left vertebral arteries?
The lateral border of the femoral triangle is the
The papillary muscles are found in the make-up of
Anterior communicating artery
Which of the following connects the right and left
anterior cerebral arteries?
The study of the veins of the body is
Circle of Willis
What is another name for the cerebral arterial
Common facial artery
Which of he following branches of the external
carotid artery supplies blood to the nose, lips and
Which of the following arteries is most closely
associated with the left ventricle of the heart?
Which branch of the internal carotid artery sup-
plies blood to the eyeball?
Another name for the right atrio-ventricular valve
of the heart is
The pulmonary venous orifices are in the wall of
which chamber of the heart?
What is another name for the left atrio-ventricular
The internal jugular vein empties into the
What muscle action causes a body part to move toward the median plane?
The heart chamber in which systemic circulation
originates is the
passes through the adductor canal.
The femoral vein
The external jugular vein terminates by emptying
right atrium of the heart.
The inferior vena cava orifice is in the wall of the
common iliac arteries.
The arteries that arise from the bifurcation of the
abdominal aorta are the
The study of the heart is
The heart valve in the right atrio-ventricular
septum is the
The term tunica externa suggests which of the
following body structures?
The small saphenous vein is a tributary to the
The heart chamber in which pulmonary circulation
terminates is the
The inferior mesenteric artery supplies blood to the
The heart chamber in which pulmonary circulation
originates is the
Which of these is a muscle of the thigh?
A superficial vein of the arm is the
An artery closely associated with the inguinal
ligament is the
convey blood toward the heart. Are provided with valves, and have thinner walls than arteries
It may be said of veins that they
The pulmonary veins convey highly oxygenated
blood into the
The inner layer of the wall of the heart is the:
A vein that arises from the dorsal venous network
of the hand is the
The outer layer of the wall of the heart is the
That portion of the circulatory system that conveys
blood from the heart to the lungs, and returns it to
the heart is identified by the term
The part of the vascular system that takes
oxygenated blood to the body and then returns
deoxygenated blood back to the heart is the
The branches of the aorta that supply blood to the
body walls are the
superior vena cava.
The right and left innominate veins combine to
A pair of veins that drain the legs are the
Which of these structures is an orifice of the heart
through which oxygenated blood passes?
Superior vena cava orifice
Which of the following structures is an orifice of
the heart through which de-oxygenated blood will
A vein that is a tributary to the splenic vein is the
The inner layer of the wall of an artery or vein
Posterior auricular artery
Which of the following is a branch of the external
The type of blood vessel that carries blood in a
general direction away from the heart is
left subclavian artery.
The third branch of the arch of the aorta is the
Which of the following is the large artery of the
Which of these blood vessels is located on the
lateral aspect of the forearm?
Common hepatic artery
Which of these blood vessels is one of the
trifurcation branches of the celiac trunk?
Which of these blood vessels arises at the
termination of the subclavian artery?
Which of the following is associated with the
The coronary arteries supply blood to the
The valve in the left atrio-ventricular septum of the
heart is the
Which of the following is considered to be the
longest artery of the body?
inferior vena cava.
The renal veins are tributaries to the
internal jugular vein.
The companion vein to the common carotid artery
How many bones are in the appendicular skeleton?
The carotid canal is found in what bone?
What important bony landmark is located just
behind the earlobe?
Forms the lower part of the back and base of the cranium. Acts as a cradle for the brain.
These bones create the superior portion of the sides and back of the cranium as well as the posterior 2/3 of the roof of the cranium.
Comprises the inferior portion of the sides and base of the cranum.They are located inforior to the parietal bones and anterior to the occipital bone.
located at the anterior part of the base of the skull and binds the other cranial bones together.
A horizontal plate that forms the roof of the cranial cavity and closes the anterior part of the base of the cranium.
They lie inferior to the glabella. They form the bridge of the nose and the dome over the superior portion of the nasal cavity.
The dimond shaped bones that form the cheekbones. They are located on the frontal and later planes of the face. The bones form part of the inferior and lateral surfaces of the orbital cavity.
These bones are located on the upper jaw. They form the skeletal base for most of the superior porton of the face, anterior roof of the mouth, sides and floor of the nasal cavity, and floor of the orbits.
The horseshoe shaped bone forming the lower jaw. It consists of two portions, the bady and the ramus.
It is a single bone located along the midline within the nasal cavity. it forms part of the septum of the nose.
Are two bones located in the medial wall of each orbit between the ehmoid and maxillary bones.
Thin layer of muscle covering the anterior aspect of the neck
A thick muscle that originates from the head of the sterum and clavical, and inserts at the mastoid process of the temperal bone.
Where is the 6th verterbrae located?
The heart is ________ to the diaphragm.
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