The apex is mostly used as a reference point for the rest of the parts of the heart. Technically it's part of the myocardium, so there isn't a definite function.
The apex of the heart is the most inferior part of the heart.
The apex of the heart is the lowest superficial part of the heart. the only thing outside of the apex is the pericardium.
If you mean the heart's apex, it is close to the inferior aspect of the heart. If you mean the lung's apex, it is superior to the heart.
there is no particular function for the apex
The apex of the heart rests on the diaphragm.
The apex of the heart is inferior to the rest of the heart. The base is superior to the rest of the heart.
The left ventricle forms the apex of the heart.
The top of the heart is called the apex. The left and right ventricles are located in the apex of the heart.
The cardial apex means the apex of the heart. This is the "pointed" end or the tip. The top is called the base.
No, the apex of the heart is significantly below the clavicle. The base of the heart is slightly below the clavicle.
The lowest part of the human heart is its apex. The apex is overlapped by the pleura and the lung and is about 8 to 9 centimeters from the mid-sternal line. Another way to describe the location of the apex of the heart is the fifth intercostal space at the left midclavicular line.
top of heart
same as the function of your heart
The Apex of the heart
The apex of the heart points to the left side of the bodyLeft side
By definition, apex is the lowermost and outermost portion of the heart. So it has to be inferior.
If the apex of the heart is not working properly it is as a result of the congestive heart failure. This usually requires immediate medical attention and dietary changes.
First heart sound S1-LUB
The pulse taken at the apex of the heart using a stethoscope is called an apical pulse.
The range of a function is the set of all possible output values.
all of the above APEX
False. (APEX :))