amk578 wrote:isotelus wrote:Ok, thanks!
- Probably got these all wrong
Sorry for the late response!
2. No, it's moderator bands. Chordae tendineae help to stabilize valves while these have branches that cause for more synchronized conduction.
4. It's a triangular structure in the right atrium, with it's boundaries being the coronary sinus orifice, tendon of Todaro, and septal leaflet of the right atrioventricular valve. The longest side is the Tendon of Todaro.
6. Close, that's actually just the last factor before fibrinogen is activated to fibrin. The correct answer is Factor IV, calcium ions
7. I guess that could be counted right, but in actuality the cardioacelerator and cardiodecelerator/inhibitor make up the cardiovascular center, the other one is the vasomotor center.
Go ahead, your turn!