Veins and arteries

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Aorta (Anterior Surface View)

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Pulmonary Artery (Anterior Surface View)

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Pulmonary Vein (Anterior Surface View)

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Left Atrium (Anterior Surface View)

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Left Coronary Artery (Anterior Surface View)

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Left Ventricle (Anterior Surface View)

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Right Ventricle (Anterior Surface View)

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Inferior Vena Cava (Anterior Surface View)

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Right Coronary Artery (Anterior Surface View)

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Right Atrium (Anterior Surface View)

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Superior Vena Cava (Anterior Surface View)

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Aorta (Posterior Surface View)

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Pulmonary Artery (Posterior Surface View)

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Superior Vena Cava (Posterior Surface View)

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Pulmonary Vein (Posterior Surface View)

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Right Atrium (Posterior Surface View)

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Left Atrium (Posterior Surface View)

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Left Ventricle (Posterior Surface View)

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Right Ventricle (Posterior Surface View)

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Right Coronary Artery (Posterior Surface View)

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Aorta (Frontal Section)

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Pulmonary Artery (Frontal Section)

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Superior Vena Cava (Frontal Section)

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Pulmonary Vein (Frontal Section)

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Epicardium (Frontal Section)

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Myocardium (Frontal Section)

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Endocardium (Frontal Section)

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Septum (Frontal Section)

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Papillary Muscle (Frontal Section)

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Chordae Tendinae (Frontal Section)

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Bicuspid (Frontal Section)

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Tricuspid (Frontal Section)

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Inferior Vena Cava (Frontal Section)

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Right Atrium (Frontal Section)

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Left Atrium (Frontal Section)

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Left Ventricle (Frontal Section)

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Right Ventricle

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Aortic Valve (Frontal Section)

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Pulmonary Valve (Frontal Section)

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Common Carotid Artery (Full Anterior)1

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Common Carotid Artery (Full Anterior)2

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Subclavian Artery (Full Anterior)

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Aortic Arch(Full Anterior)

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Subclavian Artery (Full Anterior)

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Brachial Artery (Full Anterior)

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Radial Artery (Full Anterior)

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Ulnar Artery (Full Anterior)

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Abdominal Aorta (Full Anterior)

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Iliac Artery (Full Anterior)

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Femoral Artery (Full Anterior)

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Tibial Artery (Full Anterior)

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Axillary Artery (Right of Head and Neck)

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Brachiocephalic Artery (Right of Head and Neck)

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Common Carotid Artery (Right of Head and Neck)1

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Common Carotid Artery (Right of Head and Neck)2

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Superficial Temporal Artery (Right of Head and Neck)

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Subclavian Artery (Anterior Upper Limb)

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Axillary Artery (Anterior Upper Limb)

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Radial Artery (Anterior Upper Limb)

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Ulnar Artery (Anterior Upper Limb)

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Superficial Palmar Artery (Anterior Upper Limb)

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Celiac Trunk (Celiac Trunk and It's Major Branches,Left Half of Liver Removed)

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Hepatic Artery (Celiac Trunk and It's Major Branches,Left Half of Liver Removed)

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Splenic Artery (Celiac Trunk and It's Major Branches,Left Half of Liver Removed)

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Superior Mesenteric Artery (Celiac Trunk and It's Major Branches,Left Half of Liver Removed)

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Abdominal Aorta (Celiac Trunk and It's Major Branches,Left Half of Liver Removed)

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Abdominal Aorta (Major Branches of Abdominal Aorta)

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Renal Artery (Major Branches of Abdominal Aorta)

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Iliac Artery (Major Branches of Abdominal Aorta)

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Iliac Artery (Anterior Lower Limb)

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Femoral Artery (Anterior LowerLimb)

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Fibular Artery (Anterior Lower Limb)

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Tibial Artery (Anterior Lower Limb)

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Popliteal Artery (Posterior Lower Limb)

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Tibial Artery (Posterior Lower Limb)

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Fibular Artery (Posterior Lower Limb)

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Cephalic Vein (Full Anterior)

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Ulnar Vein (Full Anterior)

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Internal Jugular Vein (Full Anterior)

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Superior Vena Cava (Full Anterior)

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Tibial Vein (Full Anterior)

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Fibular Vein (Full Anterior)

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Femoral Vein

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Brachiocephalic Vein (Full Anterior)

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Inferior Vena Cava (Full Anterior)

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Iliac Vein (Full Anterior)

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Jugular Vein (Right of Head and Neck)1

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Jugular Vein (Right of Head and Neck)2

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Subclavian Vein (Right of Head and Neck)

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Subclavian Vein (Anterior Upper Limb)

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Superior Vena Cava (Anterior Upper Limb)

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Ulnar Vein (Anterior Upper Limb)

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Radial Vein (Anterior Upper Limb)

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Axillary Vein (Anterior Upper Limb)

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Inferior Vena Cava (Tributaries of The Inferior Vena Cava)

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Iliac Vein (Tributaries of The Inferior Vena Cava)

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Left Renal Vein (Tributaries of The Inferior Vena Cava)

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Iliac Vein (Anterior Lower Limb)

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Femoral Vein (Anterior Lower Limb)

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Tibial Vein (Anterior Lower Limb)

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Fibular Vein (Anterior Lower Limb)

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Fibular Vein (Posterior Lower Limb)

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Popliteal Vein (Posterior Lower Limb)

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Tibial Vein (Posterior Lower Limb)

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Fibular Vein (Posterior Lower Limb)

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The inner lining of the heart.

Endocardium

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Heart Muscle.

Myocardium

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Serous layer covering the heat muscle.

Epicardium

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The outermost layer of the serous pericardium.

Parietal Layer

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Prevents backflow into the left ventricle.

Aortic Valve

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Prevents backflow into the right atrium.

Tricuspid Valve

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Prevents backflow into the left atrium.

Bicuspid Valve

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Prevents backflow into the right ventricle.

Pulmonary Valve

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Atrioventricular valve with two flaps.

Bicuspid

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Atrioventricular valve with three flaps.

Tricuspid

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Define systole.

Contraction

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Define diastole

Relaxation

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Which heart chambers are usually referenced when systole and diastole are used.

Ventricles

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Define Auricle.

Flap like appendages attached to the atria that help increase atrial volume.

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Define Atria.

Receiving chambers for blood returning to heart from pulmonary and circulatory systems.

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Trace the pathway of the two blood circulations starting at the right atrium.

Right atrium to right ventricle to pulmonary artery to lungs where it is oxygenated to pulmonary veins to left atrium to left ventricle to aorta to tissue when it becomes deoxygenated blood to the superior vena cava back into right atrium.

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Why is oxygen so much more critical to the heart muscles than to skeletal muscle?

Heart muscle mostly rely on aerobic(with oxygen) respiration, when forced to do anaerobic respiration it produces lactic acid and H+ imparting the heart.

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Why is fibrosis of the cardiac muscles serious?

Fibrosis can stiffen your heart muscles, your atria can't fill causing less blood to be pumped, it then takes more energy to get the right amount of blood and weakens your heart.

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A 55-year-old male was admitted to the hospital with heart failure. He complains of increasing shortness of breath on exertion and needing to sleep on three pillows at night. On physical assessment, the nurse to tenants at his ankles and feet are very swollen. Which of these symptoms reflect left-sided heart failure in which reflect right-sided heart failure?

If the left side of the heart can't return blood, the blood vessels become enlarged and can cause increased pressure, fluid can then leak into lung tissue cause pulmonary edema most noticeable in the feet, ankles, and fingers.

If the right side fails peripheral congestion occurs, blood will pool in tissue spaces causing it to be hard to breath in certain positions and shortness of breath.

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Radial Vein (Full Anterior)

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Cephalic Vein (Anterior Upper Limb)