• Fantastic Voyage part 1
    mechanism. There are many different veins and arteries that flow throughout the body. With there being many different veins and arteries throughout the body there are multiple paths to get to the lower lobe of the lung. In this paper we will discuss how to get from the femoral vein to the lower lobe of the lung...
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  • Review Sheet 32 Anatomy of Blood Vessels
    Structure of the Blood Vessels 1. Cross-sectional views of an artery and of a vein are shown here. Identify each; and on the lines to the sides, note the structural details that enabled you to make these identifications: artery (vessel type) vein (vessel type) open, circular lumen (a) (a) somewhat...
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  • Blood Flow Unit 4
    the path blood takes from the right femoral vein to lower lobe of the right lung via the pulmonary artery. If blood did not flow through the body we as humans could not function the way we currently do. Oxygenated blood is carried through the body by veins and arteries and this is what feeds the body...
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  • Fantastic Voyage
    D’Ambrosia and I am reporting live at the femoral vein of a 22 year old woman! This woman has been complaining of flu-like symptoms and has been feeling under the weather. I will be guiding you all the way to the right lower lobe of the lung while. Starting at the femoral vein, I will be guiding you all the way...
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  • Fantastic Voyage
    Voyage to the Right Lung Jenna Bullard HS130-06 Unit 4 Assignment Kaplan University 06/10/2013 Everyone board the mini-sub! Lora has a bacterium that is invading the lower lobe of her right lung. We must go now! We must destroy this bacterium before it makes her sick! We cannot let that happen...
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  • Fantastic Voyage
    miniaturization process and will make us and the sub only an amazing 8 microns long.   Our journey will start off with us being injected into the femoral vein of a healthy female whose name is Alison. This process should not take too long, but there is so much to see, get ready, sit back and relax and...
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  • Fabulous Journey Unit 4 Anatomy
    system. I am Alice and I will be your tour guide this evening on this amazing adventure to the lower right lobe of the lung. The right lung consists of three lobes; they are the right superior lobe, the right middle lobe, and the tight inferior lobe. They are responsible for keeping the lungs properly working...
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  • Fantastic Voyage
    name is Professor Su’e and today we will be going on a fantastic voyage! This is not just any voyage; this is a voyage from the femoral vein to the lower lobe of the right lung in an actual human being! You may be asking yourself why we are going inside a human being but also how we are going to do it...
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  • Anatomy and Physiology Chapt 17 Lab
    cava 4. Anterior interventricular artery 5. Pulmonary trunk 6. Right ventricle 7. Right common carotid artery 8. Inferior vena cava 9. Lungs 10. Right ventricle 11. Papillary muscles 12. Right artioventricular 13. Right atrium 14. To prevent the atrioventricular...
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  • A&Pii Fantastic Voyage
    the right lung. Before starting our journey we will have to be miniaturized to 8 microns long so that we can be injected into the femoral vein. We will enter the body through the femoral vein. The femoral vein is located in the upper thigh and pelvic region and runs close to the femoral artery. As...
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  • Battle of the Lung
    the lower lobe of her right lung. She has been feeling very ill and her doctor has informed her there is a bacterium invading her lung! We will be starting off in the right femoral vein and traveling up the body through the right pulmonary artery into the lower lobe of her right lung. Alright folks...
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  • Research Paper
    submarine is a whopping eight microns long! Currently we are being inserted into the femoral vein of a seemingly very healthy female that appears to have some form of a bacterium invading the lower lobe of her right lung. We are going to be piloting you through this travel process and reporting what...
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  • Fantastic Voyage
    lower right lobe of the lung. I have currently been assigned to pilot the invasion and do a live report on my findings. Before we get started on our journey, I would like for you to meet Ms. Dazzle my mini-submarine. Our route from here will be to enter the body by injection into the right femoral vein...
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  • Fantastic Voyage Battle of the Lung
    A bacterium is invading the lower lobe of her right lung. It’s my job to pilot the invasion and do a live report on what I see. I will enter from the right femoral vein and follow a path to the lower lobe of the right lung via the right pulmonary artery. I will be describing the structures that I pass...
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  • Fantastic Voyage - Battle of the Lung
    Unit 4 Assignment Kaplan University February 19, 2013 Today we will be taking a journey through the human body. We will be injected into the femoral vein of a healthy, 28 year old female named Corrin. We have received previous alert that there is a bacterium invading Corrin’s lower lobe of her left...
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  • A and P Chapter 5 Notes
    Alicia Carasco Exercise 32 2.Valves are only in veins so they can stop the blood from moving backwards. Arteries do not need valves because muscles put a lot of pressure on the blood to stop it from moving in the wrong direction 3.two events that occur within the body that aid in venous returns...
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  • Exercise 32
    Structure of the Blood Vessels 1. Cross-sectional views of an artery and of a vein are shown here. Identify each; and on the lines to the sides, note the structural details that enabled you to make these identifications: Artery (vessel type) vein (vessel type) thick (a) shape (a) round (b) ...
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  • Unit 4 Assinment
    femoral vein Vein collecting blood from the deep structures of the thighs and receives blood from the great saphenous vein, among others. inferior vena cava Vein carrying blood deoxygenated in the lower portion of the body (below the diaphragm) to the right atrium; it is the largest vein in the...
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  • Voyage to the Lungs and Out the Nose
    entering the right femoral vein of a healthy female. I am your pilot Kierra Lewis. While we embark on this journey, make sure that you keep your hands and feet inside the submarine at all times. Fasten your seat belts and let’s start our journey! We will begin our journey in the femoral vein. As you can...
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  • Battle of the Lung
    of the right lung, location was discovered by a routine MRI. We will be proceeding with an experimental procedure of piloting a mini-sub that has been put through a miniaturization process making myself, my team and the sub only 8 microns long. We will be injected into the patients right femoral artery...
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