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Cardiovascular and Respiratory Systems Notes

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Lectures 1 to 19: Anatomy, Physiology, Histology notes from lectures and tutorials

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Anatomy Circulatory system Angiology Medicine Artery Arteriole Systole Blood vessel Aorta Heart failure Cardiac muscle Vascular resistance
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Anatomy Circulatory system Angiology Medicine Artery Arteriole Systole Blood vessel Aorta Heart failure Cardiac muscle Vascular resistance
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Interventricular groove: between ventricles ANTERIOR Sternocostal surface: Front section of heart, “costal” = ribs Auricles: “ears” of the heart Apex: tip of LV. POSTERIOR Base: Formed by LA & RA Diaphragmatic surface: formed by LV & RV Great vessels ANTERIOR POSTERIOR Superior vena cava Pulmonary arteries (pump deox blood to lungs) Anterior vena cava Pulmonary veins (4 total, 2 per lung enter base of heart) (collects ox blood) Pulmonary trunk Superior and inferior vena cava Aorta (ascending and arch) Aortic arch ∼ RHS: collect deox blood from body, pumps to lungs ∼ LHS: collec...
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