Procedure C The Venous System

1. Review a textbook section on the venous system.

2. As a review activity, label figures 46.6, 46.7, 46.8, 46.9, and 46.10.

3. Locate the following veins of the systemic circuit on the charts and the torso:

veins from head, neck, and brain external jugular veins internal jugular veins subclavian veins brachiocephalic veins

Figure 46.3 Label the major arteries of the shoulder and upper limb.

Figure 46.3 Label the major arteries of the shoulder and upper limb.

Venous System Shoulder

superior vena cava veins from upper limb and shoulder radial vein ulnar vein brachial vein basilic vein axillary vein cephalic vein median cubital vein subclavian vein veins of the abdominal and thoracic walls internal thoracic veins intercostal veins azygos vein posterior intercostal veins superior hemiazygos vein inferior hemiazygos vein veins of the abdominal viscera hepatic portal vein gastric vein superior mesenteric vein splenic vein inferior mesenteric vein hepatic vein gonadal vein renal vein suprarenal vein veins from lower limb and pelvis anterior tibial vein posterior tibial vein popliteal vein femoral vein great saphenous vein small saphenous vein

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Figure 46.4 Label the arteries associated with the abdominal aorta.

Abdominal aorta Phrenic a.

Liver

Right gastric a. Suprarenal a.

Gonadal a Kidney Lumbar a.

Figure 46.4 Label the arteries associated with the abdominal aorta.

Liver

Right gastric a. Suprarenal a.

Gonadal a Kidney Lumbar a.

Middle Hepatic Artery Cpt

Spleen

Middle sacral a.

Spleen

Middle sacral a.

external iliac vein internal iliac vein common iliac vein inferior vena cava 4. Complete Parts C, D, and E of the laboratory report.

Web Quest

Identify the major arteries and veins and describe their functions. Observe an animation of the exchanges in a capillary. Search these at http://www.mhhe.com/biosci/abio/ martinlmwq.mhtml

Figure 46.5 Label the major arteries supplying the pelvis and lower limb.

Figure 46.5 Label the major arteries supplying the pelvis and lower limb.

Major Veins Draining AbdomenVenous System Shoulder
Figure 46.8 Label the veins of the upper limb and shoulder.
Major Veins Draining Abdomen

Left brachiocephalic vein

Superior vena cava

Left brachiocephalic vein

Superior vena cava

Figure 46.9 Label the veins that drain the abdominal viscera.

Figure 46.9 Label the veins that drain the abdominal viscera.

Left Shoulder Venous Anatomy

Figure 46.10 Label the veins of the pelvis and lower limb.

Inguinal Ligament

Inguinal ligament

Inguinal ligament

(on posterior side)

Anterior view

Laboratory Report

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