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Lab Ex. 46 & 47 Major Arteries & Veins
Neck, Head & Brain
Brachiocephalic Trunk (R)
Vertebral a. (R/L)
Common Carotid a. (R/L)
External carotid a. (R /L)
Temporal a. (R/L)
Internal carotid a. (R/L)
Anterior cerebral a (R/L)
Middle cerebral a.
Posterior cerebral a.
Shoulder & Upper Limb
Axillary a. (R/L)
Brachial a. (R/L)
Ulnar a. (R/L)
Radial a. (R/L)
Palmar (volar) arches (R/L)
Thoracic & Abdominal Walls
Suprarenal a. (R/L)
Renal a. (L/R)
Superior mesenteric a.
Inferior mesenteric a.
Pelvis & Lower Limb
Common iliac a. (R/L)
Internal iliac a (R/L)
External iliac a. (R/L)
Femoral a. (R/L)
Popliteal a. (R/L)
Anterior tibial a. (R/L)
Posterior tibial a (R/L)
Dorsalis pedis a (R/L)
Head, Neck & Brain
Superior Vena Cava
Brachiocephalic v. (R/L)
Vertebral v. (R/L)
Internal jugular v. (R/L)
External jugular v. (R/L)
Subclavian v. (R/L)
Shoulder & Upper Limb
Subclavian v. (R/L)
Cephalic v. (R/L)
Axillary v. (R/L)
Basilic v. (R/L)
Median cubital v. (R/L)
Brachial v. (R/L)
Inferior Vena cava
Suprarenal v. (R/L)
Renal v. (R/L)
Lower Limbs & Pelvis
Common iliac v. (R/L)
Internal iliac v. (R/L)
External iliac v. (R/L)
Femoral v. (R/L)
Great Saphenous v. (R/L) Longest vein in the body!
Popliteal v. (R/L) Continuation of femoral artery behind the knee.
Anterior tibial v. (R/L)
Posterior tibial v. (R/L)
Dorsalis pedis v. (R/L)
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