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Extra resources for CFA Level 2 Schweser Seminar Slide Workbook Volume 1 for the 2010 CFA Exam
Submaxillary (one each side) This is superﬁcial on the inner side of the lower jaw near its angle, about 5 cm anterior to the point at which the lower jaw curves upwards. The afferent vessels come from the muzzle, lips, cheeks, hard palate, anterior part of the turbinate bones and nasal septum, part of the gums, salivary glands, tip of the tongue and the anterior muscles of the head. The efferent vessels go to the atlantal node, which is unimportant in meat inspection. Parotid (one each side) Located on the edge of the masseter muscle and covered by the parotid salivary gland, which has to be incised to expose it – about 3 cm in front of the ear and a little lower than the external meatus.
The oxygenated blood ﬂowing from the fetal cotyledons through the umbilical vein is partly conveyed to the posterior vena cava by means of the ductus venosus. However, Circulatory System Fig. 7 27 Fetal circulation. the greater quantity of the blood mixes, within the liver, with the portal stream returning blood from the intestine. From the liver it is conveyed to the vena cava by the hepatic veins. When blood reaches the right auricle, most of it passes through an opening, the foramen ovale (foramen means a small opening, from the Latin forare, to pierce) to the left auricle.
Lungs Left bronchial This lies under the aortic arch and at the origin of the left bronchus. Right bronchial It is smaller than the left bronchial and lies at the origin of the right bronchus. Mediastinals These are a chain of fairly large lymph nodes, which lie in the mediastinal fat close to the oesophagus. Apical This is a small gland that lies on the right side of the trachea just at the bifurcation of the accessory bronchus. Afferents of the lung lymph nodes come from the heart, pericardium, lungs and pleura.