Vet Med Terminology Heart and Lungs

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Section 1

Question Answer
compression of the heart due to fluid in the pericardial saccardiac tamponade
exchange of gas in the tissueinternal respiration
acute inflammation and infection of the alveolipneumonia
passes air from the larynx to thoracic cavitytrachea
furc/obranch; forking
two layer membrance surrounding each lungpleura
chronic inflammatory condition of the lungsasthma
t wave representsrelaxation phase
in the ST segment what is repolarized?ventricles
normal heart rhythm sinus rhythm
pacemaker of the heartsinoatrial node
a vibration felt on palpation of the chestthrill
lack of oxygen to tissues leading to cyanosishypoxia
lack of blood flow to tissues leading to necrosisischemia
p wave representsventricle function
capn/ocarbon dioxide

Section 2

Question Answer
stationary clot attached to the wall of a vesselthrombus
known as the exchange of gas in the lungexternal respiration
what phase is systole?contraction phase
systole begins with what soundlub
during systole, which valves close?bicuspid and tricuspid
what phase is diastole?relaxion phase
during diastole which valves are open?Mitral and tricuspid
diastole pumps blood wherethe ventricles
a rapid but regular contraction results ina fllutter
the most common heart malformation in dogs ispatent ductus arteriosis
a blockage, obstruction, or closure of a body passage occlusion
unobstucted passagepatent
blockage of a vessel by clot or foreign materialembolism
scroll like cartilagenasal turbinates
nasal turbinates do what?warm, filter,humidify

Section 3

Question Answer
a congenital ventricular septal defecttetralogy of Fallot
amount of gas passing in and out of the lungs during respiratory cycletidal volume
the space between the lungsmediastinum
respirations near deathagonal
containing puspurulent
slow or shallow breathinghypopnea
a detached moving clotembolus
increased depth of breathinghyperpnea
heart sound that begins diastoledub
during diastole, which valves close?aortic and pulmonary
lung disease caused by the enlargement of alveoliemphysema
spir/o to breathe
the escape of fluid into the pericardial sac pericardial effusion

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