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largest lymphoid organ located in ULQ
Spleen
small lymphoid tissue organ located in mediastinum
thymus
protein molecules critical to immune system
antibodies and complements
System that supplies cells transportation needs
Circulatory system
Cavaties of the heart
2 upper atria and 2 lower ventricles
Cardiac muscle tissue making wall of heart chambers
Myocardium
Septum between atrial chambers
Interatrial septum
Septum between ventricle chambers
interventricular septum
thin layer of smooth tissue lining chambers of the heart
endocardium
Covering of the heart
Pericardium
Contraction of the heart
Systole
Relaxtion of the heart
Diastole
Valve that seperate left atrial and left ventricle
Bicuspid or mitral
valve that seperates right atrial and right ventricle
Tricuspid
Graphic record of the hearts activity
Electocardiogram(ECG)
Largest Artery in the body
Aorta
largest veins in the body
Superior Vena Cava and Inferior Vena Cava
Carries blood away from the heart to the capillaries
Arteries
carries blood toward heart from capillaries
veins
carries blood from arterioles into venules
capillaries
push of blood
blood pressure
factors that influence blood pressure
Blood volume, strength of heart contractions, heart rate, blood viscosity
specialized fluid formed in tissue spaces
lymph