Anatomy/Physiology Ch. 12,13,14,15
The fluid part of the blood.
The solid element of the blood responsible for clotting.
Hemoglobin contains this element.
A blood clot in the brain blocking this vessel.
Of the four blood groups, this is the universal donor type.
The location where blood receives oxygen.
Blood from the lungs return here.
This vessel have walls one cell thick.
Veins have this which arteries do not.
This is NOT a blood cell.
The muscle layer of the heart.
The blood vessel that brings blood to the right atrium.
A heart rate below 60.
Inflammation of the inner layer of the heart.
Another name for stationary blood clot.
The circulation that carries blood from the heart to the lungs and back to the heart.
The name of the blood vessel that supplies the myocardium.
An inflammation of the lining of the vein.
The thinning and ballooning of an artery.
The function of the lymph nodes is to produce this.
Lymph fluid may also be called.
The organ composed of lymphatic tissue which filters blood and produces white blood cells.
The ability of the body to resist disease.
engaging in sexual intercourse
This action have been shown to transmit HIV from one person to another.
A traveling blood clot.
The immune system is mistakenly target normal body cells
The meaning of autoimmunity.
Contains deoxygenated blood.
The medical term for swelling.
The tonsils perform an important role in the body's defense against infection.
The major reason why tonsils are not surgically removed as frequently today as the past.
This disease suppresses the body's immune system.
The most common symptom of congenital heart disease.
The number of chambers in the heart.
Weight loss, reduced salt intake, and exercise
Common therapies that help to treat hypertension.
Thrombocytes are also known as this.
arteries, capillaries, vein, heart
Organs that are part of the cardiovascular system.
diabetes mellitus, gastroesophagel reflux disease, hypertension.
The disease/injury primarily associated with the cardiovascular system.