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parotid gland
large mass above masseter
parotid duct
extending off parotid gland
mandibular gland
dorsal the lymph
lymph nodes
under the jugal
sublingual gland
above the mandibular-little flap
pharynx
b/w soft palate and beginning of digestive tract
palatine tonsils
baby numb next to soft palate above tounge
glottis
hole which the epiglottis covers
epiglottis
arrow head flap covering the glottis
esophagus
tube under nasal cavity
larynx
tube the epiglottis covers. Opening to the trachea
tyroid cartialge
surround the larynx (hard) adams apple. Big bump on ventral side above cricoid cartilage
cricoid cartilage
caudal to thyroid small on ventral side-big on dorsal
arytenoid cartilage
can't see-dorsal crainal to cricoid cartilage
vocal cords
whitish lateral fold inside larynx with glottis b/w
trachea
after laryx the windpipe
tracheal cartilages
rings around trachea
thyroid gland
around the trachea-small finger-like
diaphragm
dome covering everything below the lungs
lung
really dark flaps
pulmonary ligament
holds lungs to body wall
mediastinum
space b/w visceral pericardium and heart
thymus
mass above heart; ventral & b/w lungs
parietal pericardium
on body wall
visceral pericardium
around heart
liver
black spotty thing
hepatic ducts
?
gall bladder
middle of V in lungs-bag like
cystic duct
?
common bile duct
gallbladder to duodenum
stomach
J shaped
cardiac region
top
fundus
dome shaped extending crainally and left of the stomach
pyloric region
recurving part of stomach
pyloric sphincter
thick m. in pyloric
rugae
folds in stomach
greater curvature
the long caufal margins of stomach
lesser curvature
shorter more tightly curved right and cranial of stomach
spleen
big long dark lobes surrounding intestines
pancreas
?
pancreatic duct
?
small intestine
?
duodenum
?
jejumum
?
ileum
?
pancreas
?
pancreatic duct
?
kidney
?
adrenal gland
?
large intestine
?
cecum
?
colon
?
rectum
?
anus
?
visceral peritoneum
?
parietal peritoneum
?
falciform ligament
?
lesser omentum
?
greater omentum
?
pancreas
?
pancreatic duct
?
kidney
?
adrenal gland
?
mesocolon
?
cecum
?
colon
?
rectum
?
mesentery
?
visceral peritoneum
?
parietal peritoneum
?
falciform ligament
?
lesser omentum
?
greater omentum
?
mesoduodenum
?
Cranial vena cava
entering R chamber-on top of heart
azygous
enters dorsal surface of vena cava (recieves most of the intercostal veins in the ribs)
Intercostal
vein b/w the ribs on both sides of the body
internal thoracic v (internal mammary)
coming up crest-above the heart
branchiocephalic v
union of the subclavian v. and bijugular trunk and forms 1 superior vena cava
costovertebral trunk v.
?
vertrbral
can't see
costovertebral v.
can't see on ours into superior vena on R
bijuglar trunk v
each subclavian v. joins here and recieves external & internal jugular v.
internal jugular v.
runs along trachea
external jugular v.
along side of neck
subclavian v.
return from shoulder & arms just cranial to 1st rib, not in body wall!
subscapular v.
vein coming off brachial v.
axillary v.
when inside body wall (diff. name for subclavian)
brachial v.
off of bijugular trunk & brachicephalic v.
Caudal vena cava
push heart L goes to diaphram
hepatic v.
middle of liver-goes into the liver
renal v.
supply kidneys. Comes from caudal vena cava (big)
cranial abdominal v.
supply body wall near kidneys
gonadal v.
on L side-coming off runs into renal v.
deep circumflex iliac v.
caudal to caudal mesen. aorta gives rise to pair that pass lateral to body wall empty's into V.C.
lumbar v.
from vena cava to vertrbrae
common iliac v.
when Internal iliac connects becomes common
internal iliac v.
connects to external, CI, and DCI (its a branch)
external iliac v.
going out to leg
femoral v.
down leg
median sacral v.
tail to common iliac
caudal v.
in tail
aorta
big bv
brachiocephalic
?
L. common carotid a
R. common carotid a
large artery on either side of trachea
r. subclavian a.
next to v.-off to BCA
r. vertebral a
dorsal surface of the subclavian a. opp. internal thoracic(dives down)
r. costocervical trunk
dont have it
r. internal thoracic a (internal mammary)
above the heart going into the wall
r. superficial cervical a
up to neck
r. axillary a.
in body wall (another name for subclavian) in armpit
r. subscapular a
next to v. going down the arm
r. brachial a
in arm
l subclavian
(know same branched as for r. subclavian a) off of aorta
intercostal a.
b/w ribs
coeliac a.
1st branch off aorta into stomach
lienic a
to spleen
l. gastric a
to stomach
hepatic a
liver
cranial mesenteric a
next to coeliac
cranial abdominal a
supply body wall near kidney (w/ vein)
renal a
into kidney
gonadal a
off of aorta in mesentary
caudal mesenteric a
coming off mesentary to colon
deep circumflex iliac a (iliolumbar)
caudal to caudal mesm. aorta from aorta-body wall
lumbar a.
from aorta to vertebrae
external iliac a
out to leg
internal iliac a
branches (smaller) next to external
femoral a
down leg
median sacral a
aorta-median-caudal a.
caudal a
in tail
hepatic portal v.
next to liver
r. gastric v.
on less curvature
gastroduodenal v.
?
cranial pancreaticoduodenal v.
along pancreas next to duodenum
r. gastroepiploic v
from stomach-from right curvature
lienogastric v.
into spleen
cranial mesenteric v.
runs into caudal in the white of the intestine-big!
caudal mesenteric v.
?
l/r atrium
?
l/r ventricle
?
caudal vena cava
?
cranial vena cava
?
pulmonarty v.
?
pulmonary a.
?
aorta
?
coronary
a
coronary a
?
pectinate m.
?
interate septum
?
fossa ovalis vs. foramen ovale
?
tricuspid valve
?
bicuspid valve
?
chordae tendinae
?
papillary m.
?
interventricular septum
?
trabeclae carnae
?
moderator bands
?
semilunar valves
?