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TOUGH PROTECTIVE SAC COMPOSED OF DENSE NETWORK OF COLLAGEN FIBERS THAT STABILIZE THE POSITION OF THE HEART AND ASSOCIATED BLOOD VESSELS
FIBROUS PERICARDIUM
WALL OF THE HEART THAT IS COMPOSED OF SQUAMOUS EPITHELIUM AND CONNECTIVE TISSUES THAT CONTAINS SECIALIZED CARDIAC MUSCLES CALLED PURKINJE FIBERS
ENDOCARDIUM
OPENING BETWEEN THE ATRIA DURING EMBRYONIC DEVELOPEMENT
FORAMEN OVALE
THE ANTERIOR WALLS OF THE ATRIA ARE RIDGED BY BUNDLES OF
PECTINATE MUSCLES
what structures are involved in valve function
papillary muscles and chordae tendineae
FIRST 2 BRANCHES OF THE AORTA AT THE REGION WHERE BLOOD PRESSURE IS THE HIGHEST IN THE SYSTEMIC CIRCUIT
CORONARY ARTERIES
SUPPLIES LEFT ATRIUM & POSTERIOR WALLS OF THE LEFT VENTRICLE
CIRCUMFLEX
ALL THE VEINS IN THE HEART JOIN AND DRAIN INTO WHAT STRUCTURE THAT COMMUNICATES WITH THE RIGHT ATRIUM
CORONARY SINUS
INTERCALATED DISCS OF CARDIAC CELLS CONTAIN THIS...THEY PREVENT ADJACENT CELLS FROM SEPERATING DURING CONTRACTION
DESMOSOMES
RESPONSIBLE FOR THE RHYTHMIC CONTRACTIONS OF THE HEART AND OFTEN CALLED THE PACEMAKER
SINOATRIAL NODE
THE SEQUENCE IN WHICH AN ACTION POTENTIAL WOULD MOVE THROUGH THE CONDUCTING SYSTEM
SA NODE, AV NODE, AV BUNDLE, BUNDLE BRANCHES, PURKINJE FIBERS
THE T WAVE ON AN ECG TRACING REPRESENTS
VENTRICULAR REPOLARIZATION
THE FIRST HEART SOUND IS HEARD WHEN THE
TRICUSPID AND BICUSPD VALVES CLOSE
THE VOLUME OF BLOOD EJECTED FROM EACH VENTRICLE DURING EACH CONTRACTION IS CALLED
STROKE VOLUME
A HEART RATE FASTER THAN NORMAL
TACHYCARDIA
BLOOD RETURNING TO THE HEART FROM THE SYSTEMIC CIRCUIT FIRST ENTERS THE
RIGHT ATRIUM
THE HEART LIES IN WHAT REGION
MEDIASTINUM
THE CORONARY SULCUS IS THE GROOVE THAT MARKS WHAT
THE BOUNDARY BETWEEN THE ATRIA AND THE VENTRICLES
THE VISCERAL PERICARDIUM IS THE SAME AS
EPICARDIUM
THE RIGHT VENTRICLE PUMPS BLOOD TO THE
LUNGS
THE VOLUME OF THE BLOOD EJECTED FROM EACH VENTRICLE DURING CONTRACTION IS CALLED THE
??STROKE VOLUME??
SHORTEST SYSTEMIC CIRCULATION IN THE BODY
CORONARY CIRCULATION
ALLOWS IONS TO PASS FRELY FROM CELL TO CELL TRASMTTING THE DEPOLARIZING CURRENT ACROSS THE ENTIRE HEART
GAP JUNCTION
A SPACE FILLED WITH SEROUS FLUID FOR LUBRICATION BEST DESCRIBES WHAT?
PERICARDIAL CAVITY
COMPARED TO THE RIGHT VENTRICLE, THE LEFT VENTRICLE
HAS A THICKER WALL
THE MARGINAL AND POSTERIOR INTERVENTRICULAR BRANCHES ARE BRANCHES OF THE
RIGHT CORONARY ARTERY
FACTORS THAT WILL INCREASE CARDIAC OUPUT
HEART RATE AND STROKE VOLUME
THE PULMONARY SEMILUNAR VALVE GUARDS THE ENTRANCE TO THE
PULMONARY TRUNK
THE ATRIOVENTRICULAR VALVE THAT PREVENTS THE REGURGITATION OF BLOOD FROM THE RIGHT VENTRICLE TO THE RIGHT ATRIUM
TRICUSPID
VEIN THAT DRAINS THE AREA SUPPLIED BY THE POSTERIOR INTERVENTRICULAR ARTERY
MIDDLE CARDIAC VEIN
INSTRUMENT TO MONITOR ELECTRICAL CURRENTS GENERATED AND TRANSMITTED THROUGHT THE HEART AND BODY
ELECTROCARDIOGRAPH
RETURNS BLOOD FROM REGIONS OF BODY ABOVE THE DIAPHRAGM
SUPERIOR VENA CAVA