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ARTERY Aorta (arch to common iliac) Brachiocephalic (R side only) a. Common carotid a. External carotid a. Superior thyroid a. Facial a. Superficial temporal a. Internal carotid a. Subclavian a. Vertebral a. Thyrocervical trunk Inferior thyroid a. Internal thoracic a. Axillary a. Brachial a. Radial a. Ulnar a. Intercostal a. Esophageal a. Pulmonary trunk Celiac trunk Left gastric a. Splenic a. Common hepatic a. Gastroduodenal a. Hepatic proper a. Right hepatic a. Left hepatic a. Superior mesenteric a. Ileocolic a. Right colic a. Middle colic a. Suprarenal a. Lumbar a. (dorsal side of aorta) Renal a. Gonadal a. (ovarian) Gonadal a. (testicular) Inferior mesenteric a. Left colic a. Sigmoidal a. Superior rectal a. Common iliac a. Internal iliac a. External iliac a. Femoral a. Popliteal a. Anterior tibial a. Dorsal pedis a. Arcuate a.

VEIN Brachiocephalic v.

Subclavian v. Vertebral v.

Axillary v. Brachial v. Radial v. Ulnar v.

Splenic v.

Superior mesenteric v. Ileocolic v. Right colic v. Middle colic v. Suprarenal v. Lumbar v. Renal v. Gonadal v. Inferior mesenteric v. Left colic v. Sigmoidal v. Superior rectal v. Common iliac v. Internal iliac v. External iliac v. Femoral v. Anterior tibial v.


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ORGAN/ STRUCTURE

FUNCT ION

GENERAL VENTRAL CAVITY 1

Pericardial sac

2

Parietal pericardium

Reduces friction

3

Visceral pericardium (AKA epicardium)

Reduces friction

NERVES 4

Sympathetic chain

Connects nerve fibers to spinal nerves

LYMPHATIC SYSTEM 5

Spleen

Stores red blood cells and lymphocytes

6

Thoracic duct

Collects lymph and drains into systemic circulation

7

Right lymphatic duct ENDOCRINE SYSTEM

8

Thyroid gland REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM

9

Labium majus

10

Ovary

11

Fimbriae

12

Oviduct

13

Uterus

14

Spermatic cord

15

Ductus deferens

16

Testis

17

Epididymis

18

Scrotum DIGESTIVE SYSTEM

19

Uvula

Prevents food from entering nasopharynx

20

Tongue

Helps with chewing; prepares food for swallowing

21

Lingual frenulum

22

Salivary glands

23

Parotid

24

Parotid duct

25

Submandibular

26

Sublingual (not visible)

Produces salivary secretions

27

Esophagus

Move solid food and liquids to stomach

28

Stomach

Stores and breaks down ingested food

29

Rugae

30

Cardia

31

Fundus

32

Body

33

Pylorus

34

Pyloric sphincter

35

Duodenum

Regulates chyme release into duudenum Receives chyme from stomach & digestive secretions from pancreas & liver


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