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Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Superficial Palmar Arch, Costocervical Trunk, Thyrocervical Trunk

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Fall 2015

Department
Biology
Course Code
BI 361
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Chapter
Permachart

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Figure 1: Arterial System
1Right common carotid a.
2Brachiocephalic trunk
3Right subclavian a.
4Thoracoacromial a.
5Axillary a.
6Posterior circumflex
humeral a.
7Anterior circumflex humeral a.
8Brachial a.
9Deep brachial a.
10 Superior ulnar collateral a.
11 Radial collateral a.
12 Inferior ulnar collateral a.
13 Radial recurrent a.
14 Descending genicular a.
15 Medial superior genicular a.
16 Medial inferior genicular a.
17 Posterior tibial a.
18 Peroneal a.
19 Anterior tibial a.
20 Dorsalis pedis a.
21 Arcuate a.
22 Superficial temporal a.
23Facial a.
24Left subclavian a.
25Lateral thoracic a.
26Thoracodorsal a.
27Abdominal aorta
28Celiac trunk
29Renal a.
30Common interosseous a.
31Ulnar a.
32 Radial a.
33 Deep palmar arterial arch
34 Superficial palmar arterial arch
35 Superior mesenteric a.
36 Inferior mesenteric a.
37 Gonadal a.
38 Left common iliac a.
39 Internal iliac a.
40 External iliac a.
41 Medial circumflex femoral a.
42 Lateral circumflex femoral a.
43 Deep femoral a.
44 Femoral a.
45 Lateral superior genicular a.
46 Popliteal a.
47 Lateral inferior genicular a.
Figure 2: Arteries of the Head
& Neck
1Frontal branch of superficial
temporal a.
2Supraorbital a.
3Angular a.
4Infraorbital a.
5Superior labial a.
6Inferior labial a.
7Inferior alveolar a.
8Facial a.
9External carotid a.
10 Common carotid a.
11 Subclavian a.
12 Parietal branch of
superficial temporal a.
13 Occipital a.
14 Posterior auricular a.
15 Maxillary a.
16 Transverse facial a.
17 Internal carotid a.
18 Vertebral a.
19 Inferior thyroid a.
20 Thyrocervical trunk
21 Transverse cervical a.
22 Costocervical trunk
23 Suprascapular a.
Figure 3: Heart & Lungs
1Brachiocephalic trunk
2Superior vena cava
3Right pulmonary a.
4Right superior pulmonary v.
5Right inferior pulmonary v.
6Left common carotid a.
7Left subclavian a.
8Aortic arch
9Pulmonary trunk
10 Left pulmonary a.
11 Left superior pulmonary v.
12 Left inferior pulmonary v.
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• Throughout the body, arteries typically carry
oxygenated blood away from the heart, and
veins carry deoxygenated blood toward the
heart • The pulmonary vessels are the
exception to this, with the pulmonary arteries
carrying deoxygenated blood to the lungs to
uptake oxygen and release carbon dioxide, and
the pulmonary veins carrying freshly
oxygenated blood to the heart for delivery to
the rest of the body
• The path of blood through the circulatory system, starting with freshly
oxygenated blood in the lungs, is as follows:
pulmonary veins Æleft atrium Æleft ventricle Æaorta Æ
systemic arteries Æarterioles Æcapillaries Ævenules Æ
systemic veins Æsuperior/inferior vena cava Æright atrium Æ
right ventricle Æpulmonary arteries Æpulmonary veins
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Figure 1: Arterial System (Anterior View) Figure 2: Arteries of the Head & Neck (Lateral View)
Figure 3: Heart & Lungs (Anterior View)
Circulatory System
Circulatory System
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p erm a ch ar tsMT CCirculatory System 2nd EDITION Figure 1: Arterial System (Anterior View) Figure 2: Arteries of the Head & Neck (Lateral View) Fgure 1: Arterial System 1 Right common carotid a. 2 Brachiocephalic trunk 4 Thoracoacromial a.. 5 Axillary a. 6 Posterior circumflex 22 humeral a. 1 12 7 Anterior circumflex humeral a. 8 Brachial a. 23 9 Deep brachial a. 1 10 Superior ulnar collateral a. 2 2 11 Radial collateral a. 3 12 Inferior ulnar collateral a. 4 24 13 Radial recurrent a. 5 14 Descending genicular a. 25 3 16 Medial inferior genicular a. 6 13 17 Posterior tibial a. 4 18 Peroneal a. 7 14 19 Anterior tibial a. 5 15 20 Dorsalis pedis a. 8 26 21 Arcuate a. 6 16 22 Superficial temporal a. 9 17 23 Facial a. 27 24 Left subclavian a. 10 7 18 25 Lateral thoracic a. 28 8 9 19 26 Thoracodorsal a. 11 28 Celiac trunkrta 12 29 20 29 Renal a. 10 30 Common interosseous a. 13 21 31 Ulnar a. 11 32 Radial a. 35 22 33 Deep palmar arterial arch 36 30 23 34 Superficial palmar arterial arch 35 Superior mesenteric a. 37 31 36 Inferior mesenteric a. 37 Gonadal a. 38 32 38 Left common iliac a. Figure 3: Heart & Lungs (Anterior View) 39 Internal iliac a. 39 41 Medial circumflex femoral a. 40 • Throughout the body, arteries typically carry 42 Lateral circumflex femoral a. oxygenated blood away fromthe heart, and 43 Deep femoral a. 33 veins carry deoxygenated blood toward the 44 Femoral a. 41 heart • The pulmonary vessels are the 45 Lateral superior genicular a. 46 Popliteal a. 42 exception to this, with the pulmonary arteries 47 Lateral inferior genicular a. 43 carrying deoxygenated blood to the lungs to Figure 2: Arteries of the Head 34 uptake oxygen and release carbon dioxide, and & Neck the pulmonary veins carrying freshly 1 Frontal branch of superficial 44 oxygenated blood to the heart for delivery to temporal a. the rest of the body 2 Supraorbital a. 3 Angular a. 6 4 Infraorbital a. 7 5 Superior labial a. 14 1 6 Inferior labial a. 8 8 Facial a.alveolar a. 15 9 External carotid a. 45 2 10 Common carotid a. 46 9 11 Subclavian a. 16 12 Parietal branch of superficial temporal a. 47 3 10 13 Occipital a. 14 Posterior auricular a. 15 Maxillary a. 17 4 11 16 Transverse facial a. 17 Internal carotid a. 18 18 Vertebral a. 20 Thyrocervical trunk 12 21 Transverse cervical a. 5 22 Costocervical trunk 23 Suprascapular a. Figure 3: Heart & Lungs 19 1 Brachiocephalic trunk 2 Superior vena cava 3 Right pulmonary a.
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