second part of questions related to our finals

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what is the major opening of the diaphram aortic, esophageal and ivc
where does the blood go when it enters the pulmonary arteries lungs
if a blood cell has no nucleus and is shaped like a biconcave disc then the cell most likely is a red blood cell
to prevent overextension of the lungs hering-brewer reflex
when do cells involved in the immune system develop bone marrow
the harilike projection on the cells lining of the respiratory system is called cillia
a closed system of blood vessels that transports blood away from the heart to the bodys tissue and back to the heart WHAT IS THE PERIPHERAL VASCULAR SYSTEM
the primative heart tube has the following regions except ductus venosus
what is the normal blood count for platelets per cubic millimeter of blood 250,000 TO 450.000
HOW MANY lobes are there to the pituitary gland 2
an immunoglobulin is an antibody
an androgen is a male sex hormone
the endocrine system consist of a group of glands that produces regulatory chemocals called hormones
the dome-shaped muscle thar moves during respiration diaphragm
what omentum extends between the stomach and liver lesser
which of the following is not characteristics of the lymphatic vessels they transport lymp to tissues
what is the windpipe traches
what is hyperventilation an increased amount of air entering the alveoli
what kidney is lower than the other right
what is the working unit of the kidney called nephron
where does the urethra extend from bladder to metus
lymphatic vessels located just below the skin are described as superficial
what is the smallest structure of the lungs alveoli
which of the following substances is not part of plasma erythrocytes
the normal volume of blood in an adult is approximately 5 to 6 liters
pernicious anemia is caused by lack of b-12
what chambers are mainly blood recieving chambers atriums
substance that causes blood vessels to dilate histamine
vaccines contains toxids
pathway of air flow nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea and lungs
the base of the lungs rest on diaphram
the nerve that controls the diaphram phrenic nerve
why should you leave at least 1 parathyroid gland in place doing a parathyroidectomy to prevent tetany and secretion of calcium, maintain proper circulation levels
how many teeth does a child bteween the ages of 6 months to 2 years have 20
the lungs are surrounded by a thick double layered sac called pleura
what disease is characterized by a lack of sulfactant in the alveoli usually occurs in premature infants rds
what is the inner tunic called and is composed of a lining of endothelium tunica intima
what is created when fribrin catches blood clots and form clots
what is the lifespan of platelets 7 TO 8 DAYS
primary male sex organs are the testes
bob is allergic to peanuts. what drug should he have ready in case of an anaphylactic reaction epinephrine
the hormone that contractions of the uterus to begin labor in a pregnant female oxytocin
how the surgeon locate the cystic artery the traingle of calot
the opening of the ampulla of vator is called spincter of oddi
caused by tramatic penetrating injuries tramatic pneumothorax
what artery continues down the medial and posterior side of the thigh at rhe back of the knee femoral
what is the hindrance of blood flow within the cardiovascular system due to friction of blood against the walls of the vessel resistancs
the freater staphenous vein is located in the leg
the three kinds of blood cells are erythrocytes, leukocytes, thrombocytes
an unusally low white blood cell count will be termed leukopenia
how many leaflets does the tricuspid valve have 3
where is the heart located mediatrium
what is plasma yellowish fluid portion of blood
what is the average life-span of a red blood cell 120 days
what is a risk factor that can be chavged hypersension
what is an example of utilizing energy upon exhalation singing, playing the trumpet, blowing out candles
a chest tube is placed between the parietal and the visceral pleura and attached to low suction to help expand the lung and eliminate a collasped lung true
what does the cystic duct and the hepatic duct form when they come together common bile duct
what structure stores bile gallbladder
what is the second section of the small intestines called jejnum
hormone produced by the thyroid gland calcitonin
hormone produced by ovaries estrogen
hormone used to treat diabetes insulin
hormone levels are normally kept in a specific range. what is a common method used to regulate hormone levels negative feedback
the passageway fromthe ovaries to the uterus fallopian tubes
which is the principle function of the growth hormone promotes growth of all body tissues
doighnut shaped gland that secretes a thin milk-colored fluid that makes up about 20% of seminal fluid in males prostate gland
which one is not a strap related to the thyroid gland hyoid
the innermost layer of the uterus which is expelled during menstruation endometrium
another name for stones calculi
how much urine can the bladder hold 800ml
another name for nosebleed epistaxis
the presence of protein or lack of rh factor
what is a cardiac cycle everthhing that occurs within the heart during a single heart beat
small mounds of lymphoid tissue found at the back of the tounge linguial tonsils
narrow lower portion of the uterus cervix
what is the vessel called that brings oxygenated blood to the kidneys renal artery
the amount of air moved in and out of the lung during normal quiet breathing is called tidal volume
c-shaped rings of cartliage found in which of the following trachea
what is the first branch of the aortic arch that supplies blood to the tissues of the arm brachiocephalic artery
ultrasonic device used to identify and acess vascular status of peripheral arteries and veins by magnifying sound of blood moving through the vessel doppler probe
commercial drug that mimic the actions constriction of adh vassopressin
which one not a primary liver function of the liver forms the mass of hepatic lobules
the base of bladder where the utreters enter the uretha exits is called trigone
acute infection of the lungs caused by bacteria pneumonia
abnormal irreversible enlargement of the alveoli emphysema
blood accumulating in the chest hemopneumothorax
abnormal accumulation of air between the parietal and visceral pleura pneumothorax
abnormal accumulation if fluid in the alveoli pulmonary edema
results of lung disease such as emphysema sontaneous pneumothorax
results in mediastinal shift tension pneumothorax
example of non-granular leukocyte monocyte
which of the following works in phagotosis immediately with a bacteria neutrophills
most of the oxygen transported in the blood is carried by red blood cells
what vessel drains blood from the kidneys renal veins
another name for white blood cells leukocytes
hormones produced by adrenal gland aldosterone
hormons produced by testes testosterone
hormone produced by pancreas glucagon
a large system of blood vessels that arterial blood is pumped by the heart through arteries
microscopic vessels designede to exchange nutrients and waste between blood and tissue fluid around the cells in specialized areas capillaries
what is the first part of the large intestines called cecum
what is the name of the tissue joining the 2 lobes of the thyroid gland called isthmus
what tube leads from the kidneys to the bladder ureters
where is the pineal gland located between the cerebrial hemispheres attached by a stalk to the roof of the third ventricle
which of the following WBC,s directly attacks irratants that cause allergies eosinophils
all of the follwing are functions of the kidney except regulate number of white blood cells

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