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Neck, Head & Brain
Brachiocephalic Trunk (R) The first artery to branch off the aortic arch that will then divide into the right common carotid artery and right subclavian artery Not easily seen on this model
Subclavian a. R subclavian branches from the brachiocephalic trunk L subclavian branches directly from the aortic arch
Vertebral a. (R/L)
Common Carotid a. (R/L) R common carotid branches from brachiocephalic trunk L common carotid branches directly from aortic arch
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) Axillary arteries branch off of the subclavians at first rib
Brachial a. (R/L) Right axillary becomes the brachial artery at the armpit and splits at the elbow
Ulnar a. (R/L) Ulnar artery branches off the brachial artery at the elbow
Radial a. (R/L) Radial artery branches off the brachial artery at the elbow
Palmar (volar) arches (R/L)
Digital a. Digital arteries branch off the palmar arch
Thoracic and Abdominal Walls
Suprarenal a. (R/L) Arteries that run to the adrenal glands (Technically there are 3: superior, middle, inferior)
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)
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