Locate each of the following lymphatic vessels: right lymphatic duct, thoracic (left lymphatic) duct, right and left subclavian veins, and cisterna chyli. a right lymphatic duct b. thoracic duct c. right and left subclavian veins d. cisterna chyli . e. Determine the direction of blood and lymph movement between arterioles, blood and lymph capillaries, and venules. blood capillaries (blood) to interstitial spaces (interstitial fluid) to lymphatic capillaries (lymph) to lymphatic vessels (lymph) to lymphatic ducts (lymph) to junction of the internal jugular and subclavian veins (blood). f. Describe the lymphatic system role with regard to lipids and lipid-soluble vitamins.
The abdominal aorta supplies the abdominal walls, viscera, and ends at T4 level where it branches into right and left common iliac arteries to supply the pelvis and lower limbs. The superior vena cava vein receives systemic blood draining from all areas superior to the diaphragm except the heart wall. It unites with the right and left brachiocephalic veins and empties into the right atrium. Both brachiocephalic veins are formed by the joining of the internal jugular and subclavian veins. The inferior
Parietal cells (secrete HCI) and gastric glands (acetylcholine) are directly related to the formation of ulcers. D. Why does Zach’s G.I. tract need the substance that contributes to the formation of ulcers? How is this substance secreted by cells within the gastric pits? d. Zach’s G.I.
a) thyroid hormones b) insulin and glucagon c) parathyroid hormone and calcitonin d) glucocorticoids and mineralocorticoids 5. Which of these organelles is concerned with digestion "within" the cell? a) lysosomes b) Golgi body c) mitochondria d) endoplasmic reticulum 11. After leaving the right ventricle, blood enters the a) aorta b) vena cavae c) pulmonary vein d) pulmonary
Cardiovascular system has three main functions: Transport of nutrients, oxygen and hormones to cells throughout our body and removal of metabolic wastes such as (carbon dioxide and nitrogenous wastes). Protections of the human body by while blood cells, antibodies and complement proteins that circulate in the blood and defend our body against foreign microbes and toxic. Clotting mechanisms are also present that protect the human body from blood loss after injuries. Regulation of body temperature, fluid pH and water content of
1. What are two major functions o the lymph node. a. Body Defense b. WBC Formation c. Maturation of T Cells d. Storage of RBC’s e. Both a & B f. Both a & C 2. What is a function of the lymphatic system g. Absorb digested fats h. Produce & Mature immune cells i. Reabsorb extracellular fluid & Return it to the bloodstream j.
Secretes pancreatic juice, insulin, glucagon, duodenum, and somatostatin into the bloodstream. Regulates blood sugar and completes the breakdown of protein, carbohydrates and fats 17. Responsible for the production and maintenance of the protective mucous blanket by synthesizing and secreting glycoproteins known as mucins. 18. Stores and concentrates bile 19.
By diffusion between the epithelium and underlying connective tissue 4. Why is it important for epithelial tissue to repair itself quickly? Because epithelial tissue forms boundaries between the body’s organs or between the body and the external environment 5. During an anatomy and physiology exam, you are asked to identify epithelial tissue from prepared slides. Based on the observations below, give the name and functions of each.
Fever, BP 88/59, HR 129, RR 26. RN anticipates initial orders for: 1. 2. Antipyretics and dopamine infusion CT scan of head & arm and drug screen Blood cultures, antibiotics, and rapid IV infusion IV fluids with MVI, thiamine, monitoring for signs of withdrawal, antipyretics Antipyretics and dopamine infusion CT scan of head & arm and drug screen 3. 4.