Anatomy and Physiology 1
Anatomy and Physiology 2
Anatomy and Physiology 3
Prefix/Suffix 1
Prefix/Suffix 2

100

tubular hollow space or channel within an organ or or structure of the body; space within artery or vein
What is lumen

100

vessels carrying blood to the heart
What is vein

100

inner layer of the heart
What is endocardium

100

extra-
What is outside

100

brady-
What is slow

200

backflow or ejection of contents through an opening
What is regurgitation

200

microscopic vessels that join the arterial system with the venous system;exchange of water, gases, metabolites, molecules, waste occurs here
What is capillaries

200

transmits electrical impulses the the ventricles, causing them to contract
What is purkinje fibers

200

-gram
What is record;writing

200

-stenosis
What is narrowing;stricture

300

narrowing of the lumen of a blood vessel that limits blood flow
What is vasoconstriction

300

small structures within veins that prevent backflow
What is valve

300

outermost layer of the heart
What is epicardium

300

-cardia
What is heart

300

endo-
What is in;within

400

state of being sticky or gummy
What is viscosity

400

vessels carrying blood away from the heart
What is artery

400

QRS complex on an EKG/ECG represents this
What is contraction (depolarization) of the ventricles

400

tachy-
What isfast;rapid

400

trans-
What is across

500

widening of the lumen of the blood vessel
What is vasodilation

500

the muscle layer of the heart
What is myocardium

500

located in the upper portion of the atrium; initiates and propagates each heartbeat; pacemaker of the heart
What is sinoatrial node

500

peri-
What is around

500

-graph
What isinstrument for recording