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Part 3 of Anatomy & Physiology II -- Exam 2 Study Guide -- Heart and Circulation

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Part 3 of Anatomy & Physiology II -- Exam 2 Study Guide -- Heart and Circulation

  1. 1

    When a clot forms on the plaque in a coronary vessel and obstructs blood flow to the muscle, the clot formation and blockage is referred to as:

  2. 2

    In cardiac muscle, the plateau phase of the cardiac muscle action potential is due to:

  3. 3

    During ventricular systole, the:

  4. 4

    The cusps of the AV valves are attached to the papillary muscles by the:

  5. 5

    Abnormally slow conduction through the ventricles would change the shape of the:

  6. 6

    In which of the following situations would the end-systolic volume be greatest?

  7. 7

    If one suffers from damaged or regurgitating mitral valve insufficiency, this condition would cause:

  8. 8

    The first heart sound is heard when the:

  9. 9

    The cardiac output is equal to:

  10. 10

    Each of the following would increase heart rate except:

  11. 11

    Blood moves forward through veins by all of the following except:

  12. 12

    If the conduction between the SA node and AV node becomes blocked:

  13. 13

    Compared to the right ventricle, the left ventricle has all the following characteristics except:

  14. 14

    Compared to arteries, veins:

  15. 15

    The heart is innervated by what nerves?

  16. 16

    The blood vessels that play the most important role in regulation of blood flow to tissue and susceptible to the effects of blood pressure are the:

  17. 17

    The blood vessels whose walls permit the majority of exchange between the blood and surrounding tissue are:

  18. 18

    The secretion of ADH and aldosterone to retain fluid are typical of the body's long-term compensation following:

  19. 19

    Blood flow through the circulatory system is affected by all of the following except:

  20. 20

    The pectinate muscles are:

  21. 21

    The visceral or inner layer of the pericardium makes up the:

  22. 22

    The volume of blood ejected from each ventricle during a contraction is called the:

  23. 23

    In which case would the stroke volume be the greatest?

  24. 24

    In cardiac muscle, the depolarization phase of the action potential is the result of:

  25. 25

    The atrioventricular valve on the side of the heart that receives venous blood from the systemic circulation is the

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