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1 : Anatomy & Physiology II Unit One Objective One
2 : Functions of the Circulatory System Transportation Gases Nutrients Wastes Regulation Body temperature Hormone transport Protection Immunity
3 : Body Circulation
4 : Heart Anatomy - The Chambers Left ventricle Right ventricle Left atrium Right atrium Right atrium Right ventricle Left ventricle Apex
5 : Heart Anatomy - The Vessels Aorta Superior vena cava Inferior vena cava
6 : Heart Anatomy - The Vessels Aorta Pulmonary artery (trunk) Pulmonary veins
7 : Heart Anatomy - Coronary Circuit Aorta Coronary arteries Cardiac veins Coronary sinus
8 : Heart Anatomy - The Wall
9 : Heart Anatomy - Internal Chordae tendieae Tricuspid valve Bicuspid (mitral) valve Pulmonary semilunar valve Papillary muscles Septum Aortic semilunar valve (internal)
10 : Anatomy & Physiology II Unit One Objective Two
11 : Heart Circulation
12 : Heart Circulation
13 : Anatomy & Physiology II Unit One Objective Three
14 : Blood Vessels
15 : Anatomy & Physiology II Unit One Objective Four
16 : The Venous Pump
17 : Anatomy & Physiology II Unit One Objective Five
18 : Arteries Aortic arch Coronary arteries Pulmonary artery (trunk)
19 : Arteries Aortic arch Descending aorta Left subclavian Left common carotid Brachiocephalic Right subclavian Right common carotid
20 : Arteries Brachiocephalic Right subclavian Right common carotid Right internal carotid Right internal carotid Right external carotid
21 : Arteries Brachiocephalic Right subclavian Ulnar Radial Brachial Axillary
22 : Arteries Diaphragm Descending aorta Superior mesenteric Celiac trunk Stomach
23 : Arteries Inferior mesenteric Descending aorta Superior mesenteric Right renal Left renal Right common iliac Left common iliac
24 : Arteries Diaphragm Celiac trunk Inferior mesenteric Left renal Right renal Superior mesenteric Common iliac External iliac Internal iliac External iliac
25 : Arteries Internal iliac External iliac Anterior tibial Popliteal Femoral
26 : Arteries Internal iliac External iliac Anterior tibial Popliteal Femoral Posterior tibial
27 : Veins Superior vena cava Pulmonary veins Cardiac veins Coronary sinus Inferior vena cava
28 : Veins Brachiocephalic Right subclavian Axillary Right external jugular Right internal jugular
29 : Veins Brachiocephalic Right subclavian Ulnar Radial Brachial Axillary
30 : Veins Right subclavian Basilic Median cubital Brachial Axillary Cephalic
31 : Veins Diaphragm Hepatics Left renal Right renal Inferior vena cava Common iliac External iliac Internal iliac External iliac
32 : Veins Internal iliac External iliac Anterior tibial Popliteal Femoral Posterior tibial Common iliac Great saphenous Dorsal venous arch
33 : Anatomy & Physiology II Unit One Objective Six
34 : Circulation pathways
35 : Pulmonary Circuit
36 : Coronary Circuit Aorta Coronary arteries Cardiac veins Coronary sinus
37 : Hepatic Portal Circuit Inferior mesenteric a. Descending aorta Superior mesenteric a. Right renal a. Left renal a. Right common iliac a. Left common iliac a. Hepatic portal v. Hepatic vv. Inferior vena cava Superior mesenteric v.
38 : Anatomy & Physiology II Unit One Objective Seven
39 : Fetal Circulation
40 : Anatomy & Physiology II Unit One Objective Eight
41 : Heart Defects Septal defect - condition in which there is an opening in the interatrial or interventricular septum, allowing improper movement of blood Atrial defects allow blood to move from right to left, while ventricular defects allow blood to move from left to right
42 : Heart Defects Septal defects result in pulmonary hypertension, difficulty in breathing and fatigue They can be fatal if left untreated in childhood
43 : Heart Defects Patent ductus arteriosus is the failure of the ductus arteriosus to close and degenerate at birth Oxygen rich blood and carbon dioxide rich blood are allowed to mix so that inadequately oxygenated blood reaches the body tissues
44 : Heart Defects This condition will lead to poor energy production (ATP) in the tissues and therefore fatigue and if left untreated will lead to death
45 : Heart Defects Tetralogy of Fallot - condition in which there is septal defects as well as vessel constrictions This will lead to the infant being cyanotic within minutes of birth and must be treated and repaired immediately or it will be fatal
46 : Heart Defects
47 : Anatomy & Physiology II Unit One Objective Nine
48 : The Lymphatic System The lymphatic system is a collection of vessels, tissues and organs that permeate nearly every tissue to carry out four primary functions
49 : The Lymphatic System Lymphatic system functions: ~ fluid recovery ~ immunity ~ debris disposal ~ lipid absorption
50 : Anatomy & Physiology II Unit One Objective Ten
51 : Lymphatic Drainage Right lymphatic duct Thoracic duct Right subclavian vein Left subclavian vein
52 : Lymphatic Drainage
53 : Anatomy & Physiology II Unit One Objective Eleven
54 : Lymphatic System
55 : Lymphatic System
56 : Lymphatic System
57 : Anatomy & Physiology II Unit One Objective Twelve
58 : Edema The excessive accumulation of fluid in the interstitial spaces of the tissues This condition can be temporary or chronic, depending upon its cause
59 : Edema Five causes of edema - * Hypertension * Plasma colloid leakage * Myxedema * Decrease in plasma proteins * Obstruction of lymphatic vessels

 

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