Shiland: Chapter 9
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Type of circulation that takes blood to and from the cells of the lungs.
Type of circulation that begins with blood being pumped out of the left side of the heart.
The waste product excreted by the lungs
Combining form for a vessel that carries blood away from the heart.
Combining form for a vessel that carries blood toward the heart.
Visceral pericardium is:
The tissue walls between the chambers of the heart are:
The area of the chest wall anterior to the heart and lower thorax is:
An upper chamber of the heart is:
A lower chamber of the heart is:
The heart muscle's dedicated system of blood supply is the:
Deoxygenated blood travels to the lungs through the:
Blood returns to the heart from systemic circulation through:
Oxygenated blood leaves the heart through the:
The valve between the right upper and lower chambers of the heart is the:
The valve between the left upper and lower chambers of the heart is:
A synonym for the bicuspid valve is the:
Which is NOT an area of the heart wall fed by the coronary arteries?
The inner lining of the heart is:
Heart rate is measured in:
The contractor phase of the heartbeat is:
The relaxation phase of the heartbeat is:
The amount of blood expelled from the left ventricle compared with the total volume filling the ventricle is called:
Inability of the heart muscle to pump blood efficiently, so that it becomes overloaded and enlarges with u pumped blood is:
The natural pacemaker of the heart is: