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Name the circulation to and from the lungs.
Pulmonary
Name the circulation to and from the myocardium.
Coronary
Name and describe the two pulmonary fetal bypasses.
1.)foramen ovale (hole between two atria)
2.) Ductis Arteriolesis (vessel between pulmonary trunk and aorta.
3.)ductis venosis (vessel over liver
What are the three divisions of the aorta?
ascending aorta, arch of aorta, and the descending divisions.
What are the two sub divisions of the ascending aorta?
thoracic descending aorta and abdominal ascending aorta.
Name the two main brancehes of the brachiocephalic artery.
right subclavian artery and rightcommon carotid artery.
Name the two branches of the common carotid.
internal and external carotid artery
After passing the first rib, the sub clavian artery becomes the
axillary artery
Name the upper arm artery
Brachial artery
Name the artery in thumb side (lateral) part of forearm
radial artery
This branch of the subclavian artery goes deep into the neck and passes through the transverse foramina of the cervical vertabrae.
Vertebral arteries
Name the arteries that form the circle of willis
Posterior cerebrum, anterior cerebrum, posterior communicating, anterior communicating
Name the arteries that supply blood to the Circle of Willis
Internal carotid and basillar
Name the first unpaired artery inferior to the diaphragm
Cilliac trunk
Name the three major branches of the ciliac trunk
common hepatic artery, left gastic artery, and splenic artery
Name the next unpaired artery
superior messenteric artery
Name the arteries that supply blood to the kidney's
renal arteries
Name the arteries that supply blood to the testes or ovaries
gonadal arteries
Name the lower counterpart to the superior messenteric artery
inferior messenteric artery
The abdominal descending aorta divides to form these arteries in the pelvis
common iliac artery
The common iliac artery divides to form these
external iliac artery and internal iliac artery
At the knee the femoral artery becomes the
popliteal artery
Name the anterior branch of the popliteal artery
anterior tibial artery
Name the posterior branch of the popliteal artery.
posterior tibial artery
The external iliac artery forms this major artery as it passes the body wall and enters the thigh.
femoral artery
Name the artery across the top of the foot
dorsalis pedis artery
This artery supplies blood to the small intestine, pancreas and most of the large intestine
superior messenteric artery
This artery divides to form the common hepatic, splenic, and left gastric arteries
ciliac artery
Name the vein that collects blood from head and upper extremities into the right atrium
superior vena cava
Name the vein that passes blood into the right atrium from below heart
inferior vena cava
Name the veins produced by the forking (bifurcation) of the superior vena cava
right and left brachiocephalic veins
The right gonadal vein runs into the
inferior vena cava
The left gonadal vein goes into the
left renal vein
Name the major branches of the brachiocephallic veins
subclavian vein and internal jugular vein. There is no carotid vein
Name the armpit vein
axillary vein
Name the vein on lateral side of arm
cephalic vein
Name the vein on medial most side of arm
basilic vein
Name the veins that collect from the liver
hepatic veins
Name the veins that collect blood from the kidney's
renal veins
In the pelvis the inferior vena cava forks to form these two veins
left and right common iliac veins
The common iliac vein forks to form these two veins
external and internal iliac veins
Name the prominent superficial vein that extend along the medial side of the leg from the dorsal venous arch to the femoral artery near the hip
great saphenous vein