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Anatomy of the Cardiovascular system
Anatomy of the Cardiovascular system
Anatomy of the Cardiovascular system
Anatomy of the Cardiovascular system
Anatomy of the Cardiovascular system
Anatomy of the Cardiovascular system
Anatomy of the Cardiovascular system
Anatomy of the Cardiovascular system
Anatomy of the Cardiovascular system
Anatomy of the Cardiovascular system
Anatomy of the Cardiovascular system
Anatomy of the Cardiovascular system
Anatomy of the Cardiovascular system
Anatomy of the Cardiovascular system
Anatomy of the Cardiovascular system
Anatomy of the Cardiovascular system
Anatomy of the Cardiovascular system
Anatomy of the Cardiovascular system
Anatomy of the Cardiovascular system
Anatomy of the Cardiovascular system
Anatomy of the Cardiovascular system
Anatomy of the Cardiovascular system
Anatomy of the Cardiovascular system
Anatomy of the Cardiovascular system
Anatomy of the Cardiovascular system
Anatomy of the Cardiovascular system
Anatomy of the Cardiovascular system
Anatomy of the Cardiovascular system
Anatomy of the Cardiovascular system
Anatomy of the Cardiovascular system
Anatomy of the Cardiovascular system
Anatomy of the Cardiovascular system
Anatomy of the Cardiovascular system
Anatomy of the Cardiovascular system
Anatomy of the Cardiovascular system
Anatomy of the Cardiovascular system
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Anatomy of the Cardiovascular system

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This presentation describe the anatomy of the cardiovascular system.

This presentation describe the anatomy of the cardiovascular system.

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  • 1. Cardiovascular System Anatomy
  • 2. Objectives • • • • • Introduction and Gross Anatomy Coronary Circulation Conduction System Arterial System & Venous system Histology of blood vessels
  • 3. Introduction to CVS • Components Of CVS – Heart – Blood Vessels – Blood • Two types of Circulation – Systemic circulation – Pulmonary circulation
  • 4. Circulation
  • 5. Gross Anatomy • Conical hollow muscular organ • 12 x 9 cm and weighs 300g males 250g females • 4 chambers – Right and left atria – Right and left ventricles • Septum – Interatrial septum – Interventricular septum
  • 6. Gross Anatomy
  • 7. Pericardium • Fibroserous sac – encloses heart and roots of the great vessels • Consists of – Fibrous pericardium – Serous pericardium • Parietal layer – fused with fibrous pericardium • Visceral layer – fused to the heart
  • 8. Pericardium
  • 9. Pericardial Cavity • Pericardial cavity – Potential space between the parietal pericardium and visceral pericardium – Contains thin film of serous fluid
  • 10. Wall of the Heart • Three layers – Epicardium – Myocardium – Endocardium
  • 11. Position of the Heart • Obliquely behind the body of the sternum • 1/3 right to the median plane other 2/3 left to the median plane • Apex of the Heart – Formed by left ventricle – Directed downward, forward to the left – Left 5th intercostal space 3 ½ inches lateral to midsternal line (just medial to the left midclavicular line)
  • 12. • Base of the Heart – Formed by left atrium and small part of right atrium – Opening of pulmonary veins – Forms posterior surface of the heart
  • 13. Right Atrium • External extension – right auricle • 3 main openings – Superior vena cava – Inferior vena cava – Coronary sinus • Interior – Smooth posterior part – Rough anterior/pectinate part ( musculi pectinati) – Septal wall • Receive blood from the whole body and pumps to right ventricle through right AV orifice
  • 14. Left atrium • External extension – left auricle • Two Pulmonary veins opens into the atrium each side of the posterior wall • Interior – Greater part smooth – Musculi Pectinati - auricle • Receive oxygenated blood from the lungs – 4 pulmonary veins • Pumps to left ventricle through left AV orifice
  • 15. Right Ventricle • Receive blood from the right atrium • Pumps to the lungs through pulmonary artery • Interior – Rough part ( inflowing part)– trabecular carneae • Papillary muscles – finger like projections from the ventricle wall – Other end connects to cusps of AV valves through chordae tendinae – Smooth part ( out flowing part)- infundibulum – 2 orifices – tricuspid, pulmonary
  • 16. Left Ventricle • • • • Receive oxygenated blood from the left atrium Pumps into the aorta Forms apex of the heart Interior – Rough part (inflowing) – Smooth part(outflow) – Aortic vestibule – 2 orifices – mitral , aortic • Wall Thickness – Left ventricle>>> Right Ventricle
  • 17. Heart - Interior
  • 18. Valves of the Heart • 2 types of valves • Atrioventricular Valves – Left – bicuspid / mitral ( 2flaps) – Right – tricuspid ( 3flpas) – Papillary muscles and chordae tendinae prevent them from eversion towards atria • Semilunar Valves- aortic and pulmonary – 3 cusps – directly attached to vessel wall – Blood caught in cusps push them to close position
  • 19. Murmurs • Turbulent flow through narrowed orifice cause abnormal sound • Stenosis – Mitral valve stenosis – Aortic valve stenosis • Regurgitation – Aortic valve regurgitation – Mitral valve regurgitation
  • 20. Blood flow through the heart
  • 21. Coronary Circulation • Supply blood to the heart • 2 coronary arteries – Arise from the ascending aorta • Right coronary artery – Marginal – Posterior interventricular • Left coronary artery – Anterior interventricular – Circumflex
  • 22. Coronary circulation
  • 23. Veins of the heart ?
  • 24. Veins of the heart ?
  • 25. Arterial System
  • 26. Venous System
  • 27. Conduction system of the Heart • Consists of modified cardiac muscle cells which are specialized for initiation and conduction of cardiac impulse • Consists of – SA node • cardiac pacemaker – impulse 70/min • Located at junction of SVC at right atrium – AV node • Located at right posterior part of interatrial septum • Only conduction pathway between atria and ventricles
  • 28. Conduction system of the Heart
  • 29. Histology of Blood vessels
  • 30. Histology of Blood vessels
  • 31. Cross section of artery wall
  • 32. Cross section of small vein
  • 33. Thank You

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