The Heart

24 Questions  I  By JennaNicholson on March 3, 2011
The Heart UCLA Anatomy

  
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1.  The apex of the heart is superior and to the right
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2.  What do the pectinate mucsles do?
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3.  What is the hearts serosal sac called? 
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4.  What does the Heart's double pump system allow for?
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5.  Where does the heart sit?
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6.  What type of system is the heart?
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7.  What is the opening for the superior and inferior vena cava called? 
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8.  The bicuspid valve separates which two chambers?
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9.  The fossa ovalis is a thin wall between which two chambers?
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10.  Describe the pathway of blood from entering the heart to being administered to the body. 
11.  The semilunar vavles closing is the "lub" of the heart while the papillary muscles contraction is the "dub." 
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12.  The main purpose of valves is to prevent backflow. 
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13.  Which of the following is the correct order of serosal coverings of the heart from superficial to deep?
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14.  A heart murmur is
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15.  Atrioventricular valves (bicuspid and tricuspid) open actively. 
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16.  What function do the papillary muscles and chordae tendineae muscles fulfill?
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17.  What is anastomosis? 
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18.  The AV node
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19.  The Bicuspid valve is in the 5'th intercostal space left and the Tricuspid valve is in the 5th intercostal space right
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20.  The tricuspid valve separates which two chambers?
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21.  Where does oxygenated blood come from in fetal circulation?
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22.  The SA node
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23.  In fetal circulation blood flows from right atrium to left atrium via 
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24.   Purkinje Fibers 
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