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a. Vessel type on left
b. Structural details for this vessel
c. Structural details for this vessel
d. Vessel type on right
e. Structural details for this vessel:
f. Structural details for this vessel
artery
open lumen
thick media
vein
irregular lumen
and thinner media
innermost tunic
a. tunica interna b. tunica media c. tunica externa
a. tunica interna
bulky middle tunic contains smooth muscle and elastin a. tunica interna b. tunica media c. tunica externa
b. tunica media
its smooth surface decreases resistance to blood flow a. tunica interna b. tunica media c. tunica externa
a. tunica interna
tunic(s) of capillaries a. tunica interna b. tunica media c. tunica externa
a. tunica interna
tunic(s) of arteries and veins a. tunica interna b. tunica media c. tunica externa
all a. tunica interna b. tunica media c. tunica externa
is especially thick in elastic arteries a. tunica interna b. tunica media c. tunica externa
b. tunica media
most superficial tunic
a. tunica interna b. tunica media c. tunica externa
c. tunica externa
the arterial system has one of these; the venous system has two A brachiocephalic B.brachial
A. brachiocephalic
these arteries supply the myocardium A)pulmonary artery B) coronary
B coronary
two paired arteries serving the brain A) internal carotid and vertebral B) external carotid and vertebral
internal carotid and vertebral
longest vein in the lower limb
A) femoral B) great saphrenous
greater saphenous
artery on the dorsum of the foot checked after leg surgery
A) dorsal pedis B) tibial
dorsal pedis
serves the posterior thigh A) saphrenous B) deep femoral
deep femoral
supplies the diaphragm A) vagus B) phrenic
phrenic
formed by the union of the radial and ulnar veins A) brachial B) medium
brachial
two superficial veins of the arm A) brachiocephalic and radial B) basphilic and cephalic
basphilic and cephalic
artery serving the kidney A) renal B) cephalic trunk
renal
veins draining the liver A) hepatic B) renal
hepatic
artery that supplies the distal half of the large intestine A) superior mesenteric B) inferior mesenteric
inferior mesenteric
drains the pelvic organs A) internal iliac B) external iliac
internal iliac
what the external iliac artery becomes on entry into the thigh A) femoral B) humoral
femoral
major artery serving the arm A) Brachial B) radial
brachial
supplies most of the small intestine A) superior mesenteric B) inferior mesenteric
superior mesenteric
join to form the inferior vena cava A) common iliac B) internal iliac
common iliac
an arterial trunk that has three major branches, which run to the liver, spleen and stomach A) celiac trunk B) superior mesenteric
celiac trunk
major artery serving the tissues external to the skull A) internal carotid B) external carotid
external carotid
three veins serving the leg A) femoral and tibial B) ant. and post tibial and fibular
ant and post tibial and fibular
artery generally used to take the pulse at the wrist A) radial B) axillary
radial
Great saphenous vein Right braciocephalic vein Hepatic veins Vertebral vein< Left subclavian vein Superior mesenteric vein
Dorsal venous arch Common iliac vein
External iliac vein Hepatic portal vein
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