5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- inferior vena cava.
- convey blood in a general direction away
from the heart.
- left common carotid artery, left subclavian artery, Brachiocepalic artery.
- Nasal bones
- a What artery might you raise to inject the upper extremity below the cubital fossa?
- b They lie inferior to the glabella. They form the bridge of the nose and the dome over the superior portion of the nasal cavity.
- c Which of the following blood vessels are branches of the arch of aorta?
- d The renal veins are tributaries to the
- e The arteries of the body
5 Multiple choice questions
- 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.
- 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 internal jugular vein empties into the
- The arteries that arise from the bifurcation of the
abdominal aorta are the
- Blood is classified as which type of elementary tissue
5 True/False questions
Superior mesenteric artery → Which of the following bifurcates into the right subclavian and right common carotid arteries?
Vomer → Which of these is a bone of the face?
Coronary Sinus, Superior vena cava, Inferior vena cava → Which of the following structures is an orifice of
the heart through which de-oxygenated blood will
INFERIOR VENA CAVA → A vein that is a tributary to the splenic vein is the
internal carotid artery. → Which of the following arteries is one of the
bifurcations of the posterior tibial artery?