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Human Circulatory System Major Vessels
Brachiocephalic vein External jugular vein Common carotid artery Subclavian artery and vein
Aortic arch Axillary artery and vein Subclavian artery and vein Subclavian artery Axillary artery Superior vena cavae Common carotid artery External jugular vein Brachiocephalic artery Brachiocephalic vein Brachial artery Inferior vena cavae Internal jugular vein
1. Superficial Temporal 2. Internal Carotid 3. Facial 4. External Carotid 5. Lingual
6. External Carotid 7. Vertebral 8. Common Carotid 9. Subclavian 10. Brachiocephalic
11. Superficial Temporal Vein 12. Facial Vein 13. Subclavian Vein 14. Internal Jugular Vein 15. Superior Vena Cava
Axillary Brachial Radial Ulnar
The radial artery is often used to take a person's pulse. If you lift your thumb slightly, the "pocket" created is a good spot to feel for a pulse. Try it!
NOW LET'S PRACTICE NAMING THE ARTERIES OF THE ARM
1. Subclavian 2. Axillary 3. Brachial 4. Radial 5. Ulnar
6. Subclavian 7. Cephalic 8. Axillary 9. Basilic 10. Radial
Abdominal aorta Inferior vena cavae External iliac artery and vein Common iliac artery and vein Femoral artery and vein
HEPATIC PORTAL VEIN
Let's Practice Naming the Arteries and Veins of the Chest and Abdomen
1. Left common carotid 2. Left Subclavian 3. Ascending Aorta 4. Intercostal 5. Thoracic Aorta 6. Superior Mesenteric 7. Inferior Mesenteric 8. Common Iliac
1. Renal Vein 2. Abdominal Aorta 3. - missing 4. External Iliac 5. Internal Iliac 6. Common Iliac
Vessels of the Legs
Inferior Vena Cava Internal Iliac Vein Common Iliac Artery Femoral Artery Great Saphenous Popliteal Artery Posterial tibial vein
ENTIRE BODY IMAGES FINAL TEST ON THE ARTERIES AND VEINS WILL BE A SLIDE TEST, SOME IMAGES MAY HAVE THE ENTIRE BODY, SOME WILL HAVE JUST PARTS
1 internal carotid artery, 2 external carotid artery, 3 common carotid artery, 4 arch of the aorta, 5 descending aorta, 6 pulmonary vein, 7 left coronary artery, 8 celiac artery, 9 splenic artery, 10 left gastric artery, 11 inferior mesenteric artery, 12 abdominal aorta, 13 common iliac artery, 14 internal iliac artery, 15 external iliac artery, 16 femoral artery, 17 deep femoral artery, 18 popliteal artery, 19 dorsalis pedis, 20 posterior tibial artery, 21 peroneal artery, 22 anterior tibial artery, 23 digital artery, 24 superficial palmar arch, 25 deep palmar arch, 26 ulnar artery, 27 radial artery, 28 common interosseous artery, 29 superior mesenteric artery, 30 right gastric artery, 31 hepatic artery, 32 right coronary artery, 33 brachial artery, 34 ascending aorta, 35 brachiocephalic artery, 36 axillary artery, 37 anterior humeral circumflex artery, 38 subclavian artery
© 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. Blood Vessels Study Guide.
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© 2012 Pearson Education, Inc. Blood Vessels: The Vascular System Transport blood to the tissues and back Carry blood away from the heart Arteries Arterioles.
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