Circulatory System, Blood and Lymphatic System - Block 4

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MS T102 Anatomy and Physiology Swami Vivekananda Yoga Anusandana Samsthana (A Yoga University, established under Section 3 of the UGC Act, 1956) Block - 4 Circulatory System, Blood and Lymphatic System & Reproductive System Each Soulis potentially Divine. The goalof life is to manifest that Divinity within by controlling nature internaland external. Do it by Work or Worship or Philosophy or Psychic control, by one or more or allof these and be FREE….” Swami Vivekananda 1 EXPERT ADVICE AND C
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  1 MST102Anatomy and Physiology  Swami Vivekananda Yoga Anusandana Samsthana (A Yoga University, established under Section 3 of the UGC Act, 1956) Block -4Circulatory System, Blood and Lymphatic System& Reproductive System Each Sou l is potentially Divine. The goa l of life is to manifest that Divinity within by controlling nature interna l and external. Do it by Work or Worship or Philosophy or Psychic control, by one or more or al l of these and be FREE….”  Swami Vivekananda  2 EXPERT ADVICE ANDCOURSE PREPARATION TEAM  Dr H R Nagendra Vice chancellor, SVYASA University  Dr Shirley Telles  Joint Director –Research,SVYASA University  Dr Ramachandra G Bhat  Dean, Division of Yoga & Spirituality, SVYASA University  Prof N V C Swamy  Dean, Yoga & Physica l  Sciences, SVYASA University  Dr Nagarathna R  Dean, Division of yoga & Life Sciences, SVYASA University  Prof R N Iyengar Dean, Division of Yoga & Humanities, SVYASA  Dr N C B Nath Dean, Yoga & Management, SVYASA University  Prof R Venkatram Directorate, Distance Education, SVYASA University BLOCK PREPARATION TEAM  Ms Karuna Nagarajan  Lecture , SVYASA University Swami Vivekananda Yoga Anusandana Samasthana (A Yoga University) Al l rights are reserved. No part of this work may ereproduced in any form, by mimeograph or any other means, without permission in writing from the Swami Vivekananda yoga Anusandana Samsthana, University. Printed & Published by Swami Vivekananda Yoga Prakashana (SVYP),Bangalore  3 UNIT –1 THE CIRCULATORY SYSTEMStructure1.0 Introduction1.1 Objectives1.2 Heart1.3 Blood 1.4 Summary1.5 Questions  4 1.0 INTRODUCTION The circulatory system consists of the heart, blood vessels and lymphatic.The heart, which is great pumping organ maintaining the circulation throughout the body, Arteries carrying blood from the heart, Veins carrying blood to the heart, Capillaries uniting the arteries and the veins and forming the ‘capillary lake’ where the traffic between nourishment and waste matter proceeds and the interchange of gases take place in the extracellular or interstitial fluid.Lymphatics, which collect, filter and pass back to the blood streams the lymph which has exhuded through the minute capillary walls to bathe the tissues, may also be regarded as part of the circulatory system. 1.1 OBJECTIVES In this unit 1.2 HEART The heart is a cone-shaped, hollow, muscular organ, having the base above and the apex below. The apex inclines towards the left side. The heart weights about 300 grms. Position of the Heart. The heart lies in the thorax, between the lungs and behind the sternum, and directed more to the left than the right side. The exact position may be marked on the body.
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