CV Anatomy

  1. What artery usually supplies the SA and AV Nodes?
    RCA
  2. What can happen with RCA infarct?
    Nodal Dysfunction or Bradycardia
  3. Right Dominant Circulation
    Posterior Descending Artery arises from the RCA
  4. Left Dominant Circulation
    • 8% of people
    • PDA arises from LCX
  5. Co-dominant Circulation
    7% PDA arises from the RCA and LCX
  6. Where is the most common site of coronary artery occlusion?
    LAD
  7. When does coronary blood flow peak?
    Diastole
  8. What is the most posterior part of the heart?
    LA
  9. Left Atrium Enlargement can cause...
    • Dysphagia due to compression of the esophagus
    • hoarseness due to compression of the Left Recurrent Laryngeal Nerve
  10. What are the three layers of the pericardium from outside to inside?
    • Fibrous Pericardium
    • Parietal Layer of the Serous Pericardium
    • Visceral Layer of the Serous Pericardium
  11. Where does the Pericardial Cavity lie?
    Between the visceral and parietal layers of the Serous Pericardium
Author
dbaith
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CV Anatomy
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