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Arteries Blood Human Anatomy And Physiology 1 Select The Correct Statement The Body
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Anatomy Arteries First Aid Human Body Pressure Safety And First Aid Signs And Symptoms
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Arteries Central Nervous System Hearing Medical/Clerical Assisting Stress
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Arteries End Stage Renal Disease Medical/Clerical Assisting The Eye
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Which two arteries must be preserved during pancreas retrieval?
splenic and superior mesenteric
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what can damage to the coronary arteries can result in?
the formation of atheromatous plaques
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What are the three layers of the arteries and veins?
1.) Inner- Tunica intima 2.) Middle- Tunica media 3.) Outer – Tunica adventitia
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What are the key characteristics of arteries
Carry blood away from the heart, attached to ventricles,contain smooth muscle & elastic tissue
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You are a cardiovascular surgeon. Where do you insert stents? A. blocked arteries B. healthy arteries C. blocked veins D. healthy veins
A. blocked arteries
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What histological features do arteries and veins have in common?
They both consist of 3 layers.
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What do the posterior cerebral arteries supply?
The medial and inferior surfaces of the occipital and temporal lobes, rostral midbrain and posterior thalamus.
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what is the function of the arteries
carry oxygenated blood away from the heart
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what is the function of the coronary arteries?
supply blood to the myocardium (heart muscle)
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What is the role of plaque formation in the arteries during heart disease development?
It can narrow passages in arteries and reduce blood flow to the heart.
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