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Arteries & veins of the upper body
 

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    • Arteries & Veins of the Upper Body
    • Aortic Arch
      What are the arteries that come off the aortic arch in order?
      Brachiocephalic Trunk
      Turns into the Right Subclavian and Right Common Carotid Arteries.
      Left Common Carotid Artery
      Left Subclavian Artery
    • Where do they go?
      Right Subclavian Artery
      To the right arm
      Right Common Carotid & Left Common Carotid
      The Head Neck & Brain
      Left Subclavian Artery
      Left Arm
    • What order do the arteries go in starting with the Subclavian?
      Subclavian Artery
      Auxiliary Artery
      Brachial Artery
      Radial Artery
      Lateral side or thumb side
      Ulnar Artery
      Medial side or small finger side
      Deep & Superficial arches
      Digital Arteries
    • External Carotid
      Artery
      Internal Carotid
      Artery
      Common Carotid
      Artery
    • Where do your common carotid arteries supply?
      External Carotid
      It terminates by dividing into two branches, the maxillary and superficial temporal arteries.
      Supplies blood to the external areas of the head.
      Internal Carotid
      Goes through the Foramen Magnus to the brain.
      Supplies blood to the brain.
    • Where do the brain arteries get their blood supply?
      The Internal Carotid Arteries supply
      Anterior Cerebral Arteries
      Middle Cerebral Arteries
      The Vertebral Arteries Supply
      Posterior Cerebral Arteries
      Basilar Artery
    • What veins drain into thesuperior vena cava?
      The Right Brachiocephalic Vein
      It is made of the Right Subclavian & Right Internal Jugular Veins
      The Left Brachiocephalic Vein
      It is made of the Left Subclavian& Left Internal Jugular Veins
    • Where do those veins come from?
      Internal Jugular
      It comes from the neck and brain veins
      Subclavian
      Comes from the right and left arms
    • Subclavian
      Auxiliary
      Cephalic
      Basilic
      Brachial
      Median Cubital
      Radial
      Ulnar
    • Sections of the arm veins.
      Superficial Veins
      Cephalic Vein
      Median Cubital Vein
      Basilic Vein
      Deep Veins
      Brachial Vein
      Radial Vein
      Ulnar Vein
    • Where do the Jugular Veins come from?
      Internal Jugular Vein
      Comes from the brain through the Foramen Magnum
      External Jugular Vein
      Comes from the outer surfaces of the head