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a beginner s guide to the heart

A Beginner’s Guide to the Heart

By: Sandra Malagon

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what would you like to review today
What would you like to review today?

Blood Flow

Anatomy

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Or would you like to skip to the quiz?

Quiz

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Intro

This review only includes the basic anatomy components of the heart. The veins and arteries that are included are the major arteries and veins needed for circulation. Please review as many times as needed because the blood flow can not be understood until the anatomy is learned. Remember not to stress out and have fun!

directions
Directions
  • Look carefully at the parts of the heart, then study the name next to it.
  • If you want to try and name them by yourself click on the link to the empty heart.
  • In the empty heart you can click on the question mark and it will identify the correct name, only click on the question mark after you have identified it yourself. Press the Empty Heart button and NOT the next arrow to continue reviewing!!!!
  • When you feel comfortable with the anatomy you can click the link to the Blood Flow to continue your review.
  • Note: Disregard the arrows on the heart they will come in handy during the blood flow portion of the review.
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Review all the parts at once

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Review the parts one by one

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Empty Heart

Choices

Left Ventricle

Right Ventricle

Left Atrium

Right Atrium

Aorta

Pulmonary Arteries

Pulmonary Veins

Tricuspid Valve

Aortic Valve

Pulmonary Valve

Mitral Valve

Superior Vena Cava

Inferior Vena Cava

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Empty Heart

You have chosen theRight Atrium

Right Atrium

Empty Heart

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Empty Heart

You have chosen theLeft Atrium

Left Atrium

Empty Heart

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Empty Heart

You have chosen theRight Ventricle

Right Ventricle

Empty Heart

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Empty Heart

You have chosen theLeft Ventricle

Left Ventricle

Empty Heart

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Empty Heart

You have chosen thePulmonary Arteries

Pulmonary

Arteries

Empty Heart

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Empty Heart

Aorta

You have chosen the Aorta

Empty Heart

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Empty Heart

You have chosen the Pulmonary Veins

Pulmonary

Veins

Empty Heart

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Empty Heart

You have chosen the Tricuspid Valve

Tricuspid

Valve

Empty Heart

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Empty Heart

You have chosen the Aortic Valve

Aortic

Valve

Empty Heart

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Empty Heart

You have chosen the Pulmonary Valve

Pulmonary

Valve

Empty Heart

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Empty Heart

You have chosen the Mitral Valve

Mitral

Valve

Empty Heart

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Empty Heart

You have chosen the Superior Vena Cava

Superior

Vena Cava

Empty Heart

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Empty Heart

You have chosen the Inferior Vena Cava

Empty Heart

Inferior

Vena Cava

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Intro

One important thing that you must keep in mind is that understanding blood flow of the heart is very complicated, even if this review only covers the basics, it can still get complicated.

Don’t Stress Out, just review until you feel comfortable.

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Directions
  • Carefully review each part and how it relates to blood flow.
  • Trace the arrows as you read through the steps.
  • After reviewing each part and tracing the blood flow, recite in chronological order how the blood flows.
  • When you feel comfortable with the information, click on the link to the quiz.
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Blood coming from the different parts of the body may enter the heart either through the Superior or Inferior Vena Cava. This is the path that it takes:
  • Superior/inferior vena cava
  • Right Atrium
  • Tricuspid Valve
  • Right Ventricle
  • Pulmonary Valve
  • Pulmonary Arteries
  • Out to the lungs
  • Blood coming from the lungs enter the heart through the Pulmonary veins. This is the path that it takes:
  • Pulmonary veins
  • Left Atrium
  • Mitral Valve
  • Left Ventricle
  • Aortic Valve
  • Aorta
  • Out to the body
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Quiz

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Question #1

In the following picture which part of the heart is the yellow arrow pointing to? Click on the answer.

Left Ventricle

Pulmonary Artery

Aorta

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Correct!

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I’m sorry!

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Question # 2

If you were tracing the blood flow and you started in the mitral valve and ended in the tricuspid valve, which choice best describes the steps you would take? Click on the answer you think is right.

A. Mitral Valve  R.Ventricle  Aortic Valve  Aorta  Body Superior Vena Cava R.Atrium  Tricuspid Valve

B. Mitral valve  L.Ventricle  Aortic Valve Aorta  Body Superior Vena Cava  R. Atrium Tricuspid Valve

C. Mitral Valve  L.Ventricle  Pulmonary Valve  Aorta  Body  Superior Vena Cava  R. Atrium  Tricuspid Valve

Hint:

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Question # 3

Through what structure does the blood enter the heart if it is coming from the lungs? Click on correct answer.

A. Pulmonary Arteries

B. Pulmonary Veins

C. Superior/Inferior Vena Cava

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I’m sorry!

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Question #4

What part of the heart is this arrow pointing to? Click on the answer.

Left Ventricle

Mitral Valve

Right Ventricle

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I’m sorry!

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Question #5

After blood goes through the Aortic Valve where does it immediately go next? Click on the correct answer.

Pulmonary Arteries

Aorta

Left Atrium

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Question #6

If you start from the Left Atrium and want the blood to go out to the body, which of the following paths would best describe the path the blood would take? Click on the correct answer.

A) L. Atrium  L. Ventricle  Mitral Valve  Aorta  Out to the body

B) L.Atrium  Mitral Valve  R. Ventricle  Aortic Valve  Aorta  Out to body

C) L. Atrium  Mitral Valve  L. Ventricle  Aortic Valve  Aorta  Out to body

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Question # 7

What part of the heart are the yellow arrows pointing to? Click on the correct answer.

Pulmonary Arteries

Pulmonary Veins

Aorta

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Correct!

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I’m sorry!

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Question #8

Blood that is leaving the heart on its way to supply the body parts leaves through what part? Click on the correct answer.

Aorta

Superior/Inferior Vena Cava

Pulmonary Arteries

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I’m sorry!

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Question #9

What part of the heart is the yellow arrow pointing to? Click on the right answer.

Pulmonary Veins

Superior/Inferior Vena Cava

Pulmonary Arteries

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Correct!

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I’m sorry!

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Question #10

What part of the heart is the yellow arrow pointing to? Click on the correct answer.

R. Ventricle

Tricuspid Valve

R. Atrium

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I’m sorry!

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Question #11

What is the yellow arrow pointing to? Click on the correct answer.

Tricuspid valve

Left Ventricle

Pulmonary Valve

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References:

The following two sources were used in the preparation of this review:

Tortora, G., Introduction to the Human Body: The Essentials of Anatomy and Physiology. 3rd Edition, Harper Collins 1994.

www.tmc.edu/thi/anatomy.html

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