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1 WCSU BIO 106 NVCC BIO 212 BLOOD VESSELS LAB and ASSIGNMENT Courtesy of: Dr. Susan Maskel Professor of Biology Western ConnecDcut State University Danbury, CT Source materials: UCONN site: h6p:// Elaine Marieb Lab workbooks and others, as indicated. 2 Pulmonary CirculaBon O 2 poor blood from heart to lungs; O 2 rich blood from lungs to heart lecture textbook, Fig Systemic CirculaBon O 2 rich blood from heart to body Dssues; O 2 poor blood from body Dssues to heart

2 Example: Systemic CirculaBon 3 heart aorbc arch ascending aorta descending aorta renal artery kidney renal inferior vena cava heart ExcepBon: HepaBc Portal CirculaBon Blood from digesdve system picks up nutrients, toxins. Liver monitors nutrients, toxins. Blood from digesdve organs goes to liver before returning to heart. 4 digesbve organs hepabc portal liver hepabc s inferior vena cava heart

3 Cat DissecBon 5 Use only side sinks for cats Sink in back of room: people only!!!! 1 cat per 2 students Use same bag & preservadve unless leaking 2 tags in pencil (not pen) your name, your lab partner s name; 1 tag on paw; 1 tag on outside of bag about 1/8 cup preservadve in bag when stored NO CAT PARTS IN SINK! (if cat parts are found in sink, extra credit will no longer be given on lab quizzes & exams) rinse cat trays when finished clean your stadon with desk wash when finished The cat you receive should look very much like this cat. 412

4 or Incision Diaphragm Cut open your cat as indicated in this diagram. 427 In order to find the blood vessels, you need to cut away fat and other connecdve Dssues. Blunt probes: most useful dissecdng tool; use for separadng 8 Forceps: use for grasping & pulling Dssue Scalpels: cut Dssues held by forceps

5 726 9 This is what an excellent dissecdon looks like EXCEPT: (1) do not cut off the body wall. Just move it to the side, and (2) see next. This picture did not come from your labbook greater omentum 10 Try not to cut out the greater omentum (an apron- like layer over the abdominal organs); just push it to the side

6 External jugular Brachiocephalic Larynx Trachea Vagus nerve 11 Superior vena cava (precava) Heart Lobe of lung Lobe of liver Small intestine 10 th & 11 th edioons: 726 Integrated edioon: 432 Aorta Diaphragm (cut) Stomach Kidney Spleen Large intestine Urinary bladder Arteries 12 R. & L. common carodd arteries

7 Larynx Arteries 13 Right common carotid artery Left common carotid artery Right subclavian artery Left Subclavian Artery Brachiocephalic artery Thymus heart Lungs Diaphragm Picture from cat respiratory system exercise; I changed the labels 10 th & 11 th edioons: 739; Integrated edioon: 443 To find the arteries in the abdominopelvic cavity: find descending aorta in chest follow descending aorta down to diaphragm clear off area caudal to diaphragm push abdominal organs to cat s right first branch off aorta on right = celiac trunk second branch off aorta on right = superior mesenteric artery 14

8 15 ileolumbar artery Arteries Edge of diaphragm Superior mesenteric artery Celiac trunk Adrenolumbar artery Adrenal gland 16 Inferior mesenteric artery Iliolumbar artery Right external iliac artery Descending abdominal aorta Renal artery Gonadal artery (testicular or ovarian) part of figure on 728 part of figure on 728 part of figure on 434

9 Arteries 17 ileolumbar artery Common iliac artery Internal iliac artery External iliac artery Femoral artery NOTE the differences between the cat & the human arteries 18 Human diagram = part of diagram on : 11 th edidon: p th edidon: p. 477 Integrated: p. 289

10 Larynx VEINS 19 Right subclavian Right brachiocephalic Left brachiocephalic Left external jugular Trachea Left common carotid artery Left subclavian Superior vena cava (precava) Thymus Left ventricle of heart Lungs Diaphragm Picture from cat respiratory system exercise; I changed the labels 10 th & 11 th edioons: 739; Integrated edioon: R. & L. External Jugular R. & L. Internal Jugular VEINS

11 VEINS 21 VEINS 22

12 To find hepabc s 23 Find where inferior vena cava passes by liver Using scalpel, scrape away liver Dssue in that area HepaDc s will appear To find hepabc portal Remove peritoneum between first part of small intesdne (duodenum) and liver. HepaDc portal should appear brown Copyright protected 2000, Susan Caley Opsal. This image may be copied and used for educaoonal purposes. hlp://www2.ivcc.edu/caley/108/lab_images/portal.html 24 C = HepaDc Portal Vein (injected with yellow latex) A = inferior mesenteric B = superior mesenteric s D = gastrosplenic (you don t need to know this )

13 VEINS 25 L. external iliac 729 External jugular VEINS 26 Subclavian Brachiocephalic Superior vena cava (precava) Hepatic s Inferior vena cava (postcava) Renal artery and Common iliac Internal iliac Femoral artery and Heart Adrenolumbar artery and Iliolumbar artery and External iliac

14 Common iliac Internal iliac External iliac Femoral Great Saphenous 27 NOTE the similarides between the cat & human s Popliteal Small saphenous Great saphenous Fibular Great saphenous Popliteal Anterior tibial Fibular Common iliac External iliac Internal iliac Femoral Anterior tibial Posterior tibial Dorsalis pedis Dorsal venous arch Dorsal metatarsal s Anterior view Small saphenous (superficial) Posterior tibial Plantar s upper diagram (human): 11 th edidon: part of diagram on th edidon: part of diagram on 479 Integrated: part of diagram on 291 Deep plantar arch Digital s Posterior view lower diagram (cat): 11 th edidon: part of diagram on th edidon: part of diagram on 730 Integrated: part of diagram on 436 Figure 19.21b from lecture textbook (minus what you don t need to know) Arteries of the head and trunk Internal carodd artery External carodd artery Common carodd arteries Brachiocephalic trunk Arteries that supply the upper limb Subclavian artery Axillary artery 28 Subclavian artery AorDc arch Ascending aorta Coronary artery Celiac trunk Abdominal aorta Superior mesenteric artery Renal artery Gonadal artery Inferior mesenteric artery Common iliac artery Internal iliac artery Brachial artery Radial artery Ulnar artery Arteries that supply the lower limb External iliac artery Femoral artery Illustration, anterior view

15 Figure 19.26b from lecture textbook (minus what you don t need to know) Veins of the head and trunk External jugular Internal jugular Right and leo brachiocephalic s Superior vena cava Veins that drain the upper limb Subclavian Axillary Brachial 29 HepaDc s HepaDc portal Renal Superior mesenteric Inferior mesenteric Inferior vena cava Common iliac Internal iliac Ulnar Radial Veins that drain the lower limb External iliac Femoral Great saphenous Illustration, anterior view. The vessels of the pulmonary circuladon are not shown.

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