5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- right auricle
- Coronary sulcus
- coronary sinus
- Right coronary artery
- cardi =
Passes between pulmonary trunk and right auricle; lies in the coronary sulcus; distributes blood to the right atrium, right ventricle and left ventricle.
- b collects blood draining from the myocardium
- c increase the atrial volume somewhat.
- d heart
Surface groove surrounding heart; marks junction between atria and ventricles
5 Multiple choice questions
- runs toward the left side of the heart and then divides into its major branches.
- the functional blood supply of the heart, is the shortest circulation in the body.
- returns blood from body regions inferior to the diaphragm. (lack oxygen.
- bundles of muscle that look like the teeth of a comb inside of the anterior portion of the right atrium.
- ejects blood into the aorta (largest artery in the body)
5 True/False questions
Pulmonary Trunk →
Origin: Right ventricle; Distributes to the lungs; pumps oxygen-poor blood from right ventricle; has the pulmonary valve at its origin.
pericardium → the double walled sac surrounding the heart.
fossa ovalis → the interatrial septum's shallow depression. it marks the spot where an opening, the foramen ovale, existed in the fetal heart.
Where is the pericardium found and what kind of tissue is it? → The pericardium (from the Greek περι, "around" and κάρδιον, "heart" /perikardion/) is a double-walled sac that contains the heart and the roots of the great vessels.
There are two layers to the pericardial sac: the fibrous pericardium and the serous pericardium.
anterior interventricular artery → also known clinically as the left anterior descending artery: follows the anterior interventricular sulcus and supplies blood to the interventricular septum and anterior walls of both ventricles;