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Anat 201 Ch 20 quiz show

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  • 1. Chapter 20—Blood Vessels General Characteristics Arteries and Capillaries Capillaries and Veins Systemic Arteries Systemic Veins $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 FINAL ROUND
  • 2. General Characteristics: $100 Question Most blood vessel walls have ____ layers. a. 1 b. 4 c. 3 d. 2 ANSWER BACK TO GAME
  • 3. General Characteristics: $100 Answer Most blood vessel walls have ____ layers. a. 1 b. 4 c. 3 d. 2 BACK TO GAME
  • 4. General Characteristics: $200 Question Vasoconstriction and vasodilation are mediated by smooth muscle in what layer of the blood vessel? a. tunica intima b. tunica media c. tunica externa d. none of the above ANSWER BACK TO GAME
  • 5. General Characteristics: $200 Answer Vasoconstriction and vasodilation are mediated by smooth muscle in what layer of the blood vessel? a. tunica intima b. tunica media c. tunica externa d. none of the above BACK TO GAME
  • 6. General Characteristics: $300 Question The tunica externa contains elastic and collagen fibers that run longitudinally. These fibers ________. a. protect the vessel b. increase the strength of the walls c. anchor the vessel to surrounding structures d. all of the above ANSWER BACK TO GAME
  • 7. General Characteristics: $300 Answer The tunica externa contains elastic and collagen fibers that run longitudinally. These fibers ________. a. protect the vessel b. increase the strength of the walls c. anchor the vessel to surrounding structures d. all of the above BACK TO GAME
  • 8. General Characteristics: $400 Question There are approximately __________ km of blood vessels in an average adult. a. 250 b. 100,000 c. 1,000,000 d. 6 ANSWER BACK TO GAME
  • 9. General Characteristics: $400 Answer There are approximately __________ km of blood vessels in an average adult. a. 250 b. 100,000 c. 1,000,000 d. 6 BACK TO GAME
  • 10. General Characteristics: $500 Question The realization that blood is pumped in a circle throughout the body dates back to __________. a. the 1990s b. the 1620s c. the 1880s d. the 1500s ANSWER BACK TO GAME
  • 11. General Characteristics: $500 Answer The realization that blood is pumped in a circle throughout the body dates back to __________. a. the 1990s b. the 1620s c. the 1880s d. the 1500s BACK TO GAME
  • 12. Arteries and Capillaries: $100 Question The largest arteries (those closest to the heart) are classified as __________. a. internal b. cardiac c. elastic d. muscular ANSWER BACK TO GAME
  • 13. Arteries and Capillaries: $100 Answer The largest arteries (those closest to the heart) are classified as __________. a. internal b. cardiac c. elastic d. muscular BACK TO GAME
  • 14. Arteries and Capillaries: $200 Question Which of the following is not a feature of elastic arteries? a. They dampen the pressure produced by the heart. b. They aid in propelling blood forward. c. They allow exchange of oxygen with tissues. d. Their large lumens allow for lowresistance conduits. ANSWER BACK TO GAME
  • 15. Arteries and Capillaries: $200 Answer Which of the following is not a feature of elastic arteries? a. They dampen the pressure produced by the heart. b. They aid in propelling blood forward. c. They allow exchange of oxygen with tissues. d. Their large lumens allow for lowresistance conduits. BACK TO GAME
  • 16. Arteries and Capillaries: $300 Question Muscular arteries typically range between __________ in diameter. a. 1 cm and 0.3 mm b. 100 mm and 0.03 mm c. 1 mm and 0.01 mm d. 10 cm and 5 cm ANSWER BACK TO GAME
  • 17. Arteries and Capillaries: $300 Answer Muscular arteries typically range between __________ in diameter. a. 1 cm and 0.3 mm b. 100 mm and 0.03 mm c. 1 mm and 0.01 mm d. 10 cm and 5 cm BACK TO GAME
  • 18. Arteries and Capillaries: $400 Question Sympathetic innervation and local factors help control the __________ of arterioles. a. length b. diameter c. strength d. direction ANSWER BACK TO GAME
  • 19. Arteries and Capillaries: $400 Answer Sympathetic innervation and local factors help control the __________ of arterioles. a. length b. diameter c. strength d. direction BACK TO GAME
  • 20. Arteries and Capillaries: $500 Question The twisted course and large diameter of sinusoids ensure that the blood within it ______. a. becomes mixed b. can pool and clot c. slows down to exchange material d. has a chance to cool down ANSWER BACK TO GAME
  • 21. Arteries and Capillaries: $500 Answer The twisted course and large diameter of sinusoids ensure that the blood within it ______. a. becomes mixed b. can pool and clot c. slows down to exchange material d. has a chance to cool down BACK TO GAME
  • 22. Capillaries and Veins: $100 Question The flow of blood through a capillary bed is regulated by __________. a. little blood-flow gnomes b. precapillary sphincters c. terminal arterioles d. elastic arteries ANSWER BACK TO GAME
  • 23. Capillaries and Veins: $100 Answer The flow of blood through a capillary bed is regulated by __________. a. little blood-flow gnomes b. precapillary sphincters c. terminal arterioles d. elastic arteries BACK TO GAME
  • 24. Capillaries and Veins: $200 Question Which of the following is true about the bloodbrain barrier? a. Its capillaries are continuous with complete tight junctions. b. It allows most molecules to diffuse through its cells. c. Uncharged and lipid soluble particles cannot pass through freely. d. Vital molecules use general transport mechanisms to pass through. ANSWER BACK TO GAME
  • 25. Capillaries and Veins: $200 Answer Which of the following is true about the bloodbrain barrier? a. Its capillaries are continuous with complete tight junctions. b. It allows most molecules to diffuse through its cells. c. Uncharged and lipid soluble particles cannot pass through freely. d. Vital molecules use general transport mechanisms to pass through. BACK TO GAME
  • 26. Capillaries and Veins: $300 Question Systemic veins carry __________. a. oxygen-rich blood away from the heart b. oxygen-poor blood toward the heart c. oxygen-poor blood away from the lungs d. oxygen-rich blood toward the lungs ANSWER BACK TO GAME
  • 27. Capillaries and Veins: $300 Answer Systemic veins carry __________. a. oxygen-rich blood away from the heart b. oxygen-poor blood toward the heart c. oxygen-poor blood away from the lungs d. oxygen-rich blood toward the lungs BACK TO GAME
  • 28. Capillaries and Veins: $400 Question Blood only flows toward the heart due in part to the _______ in veins. a. sinusoids b. valves c. elastic tissue d. b and c above ANSWER BACK TO GAME
  • 29. Capillaries and Veins: $400 Answer Blood only flows toward the heart due in part to the _______ in veins. a. sinusoids b. valves c. elastic tissue d. b and c above BACK TO GAME
  • 30. Capillaries and Veins: $500 Question Varicose veins are most common in the __________. a. popliteal vein b. anterior tibial vein c. femoral vein d. great saphenous vein ANSWER BACK TO GAME
  • 31. Capillaries and Veins: $500 Answer Varicose veins are most common in the __________. a. popliteal vein b. anterior tibial vein c. femoral vein d. great saphenous vein BACK TO GAME
  • 32. Systemic Arteries: $100 Question The aortic arch usually has __________ arteries branching from it. a. 2 b. 3 c. 4 d. 5 ANSWER BACK TO GAME
  • 33. Systemic Arteries: $100 Answer The aortic arch usually has __________ arteries branching from it. a. 2 b. 3 c. 4 d. 5 BACK TO GAME
  • 34. Systemic Arteries: $200 Question The descending aorta is called the __________ above the diaphragm and the __________ below it. a. thoracic aorta; abdominal aorta b. abdominal aorta; thoracic aorta c. upper aorta; lower aorta d. superior aorta; inferior aorta ANSWER BACK TO GAME
  • 35. Systemic Arteries: $200 Answer The descending aorta is called the __________ above the diaphragm and the __________ below it. a. thoracic aorta; abdominal aorta b. abdominal aorta; thoracic aorta c. upper aorta; lower aorta d. superior aorta; inferior aorta BACK TO GAME
  • 36. Systemic Arteries: $300 Question Most of the intestines are supplied with blood by the __________. a. right gastric artery b. splenic artery c. superior mesenteric artery d. inferior mesenteric artery ANSWER BACK TO GAME
  • 37. Systemic Arteries: $300 Answer Most of the intestines are supplied with blood by the __________. a. right gastric artery b. splenic artery c. superior mesenteric artery d. inferior mesenteric artery BACK TO GAME
  • 38. Systemic Arteries: $400 Question The axillary artery becomes the brachial artery when it passes what structure? a. the lateral boarder of the scapula b. the head of the humerus c. the inferior border of teres major d. the superior border of teres minor ANSWER BACK TO GAME
  • 39. Systemic Arteries: $400 Answer The axillary artery becomes the brachial artery when it passes what structure? a. the lateral boarder of the scapula b. the head of the humerus c. the inferior border of teres major d. the superior border of teres minor BACK TO GAME
  • 40. Systemic Arteries: $500 Question The femoral artery becomes the popliteal artery after passing through what structure? a. the inguinal canal b. the lateral femoral condyle c. the adductor hiatus d. the inferior border of adductor ANSWER brevis BACK TO GAME
  • 41. Systemic Arteries: $500 Answer The femoral artery becomes the popliteal artery after passing through what structure? a. the inguinal canal b. the lateral femoral condyle c. the adductor hiatus d. the inferior border of adductor brevis BACK TO GAME
  • 42. Systemic Veins: $100 Question Which of the following is true about the superior vena cava? a. It drains all regions of the body below the diaphragm. b. It is the union of the left and right brachiocephalic veins. c. It drains into the left atrium. d. It is a continuation of the inferior vena cava. ANSWER BACK TO GAME
  • 43. Systemic Veins: $100 Answer Which of the following is true about the superior vena cava? a. It drains all regions of the body below the diaphragm. b. It is the union of the left and right brachiocephalic veins. c. It drains into the left atrium. d. It is a continuation of the inferior vena cava. BACK TO GAME
  • 44. Systemic Veins: $200 Question Most veins of the brain drain blood into the ________. a. superior vena cava b. dural sinuses c. circle of Willis d. lateral cerebral vein ANSWER BACK TO GAME
  • 45. Systemic Veins: $200 Answer Most veins of the brain drain blood into the ________. a. superior vena cava b. dural sinuses c. circle of Willis d. lateral cerebral vein BACK TO GAME
  • 46. Systemic Veins: $300 Question Superficial veins __________. a. are deep to superficial arteries b. lie just under the skin c. often accompany arteries d. are actually two parallel veins ANSWER BACK TO GAME
  • 47. Systemic Veins: $300 Answer Superficial veins __________. a. are deep to superficial arteries b. lie just under the skin c. often accompany arteries d. are actually two parallel veins BACK TO GAME
  • 48. Systemic Veins: $400 Question The right gonadal vein drains into the inferior vena cava. Where does the left gonadal vein drain? a. inferior vena cava b. left renal vein c. superior vena cava d. hepatic portal vein ANSWER BACK TO GAME
  • 49. Systemic Veins: $400 Answer The right gonadal vein drains into the inferior vena cava. Where does the left gonadal vein drain? a. inferior vena cava b. left renal vein c. superior vena cava d. hepatic portal vein BACK TO GAME
  • 50. Systemic Veins: $500 Question The hepatic portal vein delivers nutrientrich blood to the __________. a. inferior vena cava b. hepatic portal artery c. liver sinusoids d. peripheral tissues so the nutrients can be used ANSWER BACK TO GAME
  • 51. Systemic Veins: $500 Answer The hepatic portal vein delivers nutrientrich blood to the __________. a. inferior vena cava b. hepatic portal artery c. liver sinusoids d. peripheral tissues so the nutrients can be used BACK TO GAME
  • 52. FINAL ROUND Question The most important aspect of the aging vascular system is the accumulation of __________. a. plaque due to high estrogen b. plaque through atherosclerosis c. venous blood in the liver d. oxygen-poor blood in the lungs ANSWER BACK TO GAME
  • 53. FINAL ROUND Answer The most important aspect of the aging vascular system is the accumulation of __________. a. plaque due to high estrogen b. plaque through atherosclerosis c. venous blood in the liver d. oxygen-poor blood in the lungs BACK TO GAME