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Chapter 6- urinary

the artery that courses downward on the lateral side of the arm radial
the artery that arises as the continuation of the femoral artery popliteal
the artery that arises as the continuation of the subclavian artery axillary
an artery that arises from the trifurcation of the celiac trunk artery hepatic
the large artery of the arm brachial
cystic artery gall bladder
bronchial arteries lungs
coronary arteries heart
internal carotid artery brain
opthamalic artery eye
another name for the circle of willis cerebral arterial circle
the artery that terminates by becoming the femoral artery external iliac
a branch of the external carotid artery that supplies blood to the face facial
a branch of the subclavian artery that supplies blood to the mammary gland internal thoracic
the artery at the sole of the foot medial plantar
low oxygenated blood is transmitted through this orifice pulumonary orifice
concerned with clotting thrombocyte
a red blood cell erthrocyte
high oxygenated blood is transmitted through this orifice aortic orifice
minute tendinous chords attaching the atrioventricular valves to papillary muscles chordae tenindae
on orifice of the heart which highly oxygenated blood is transmitted mitral orifice
an orifice of the heart which low oxygenated blood is transmitted superior vena caval orifice
a group of arteries on the inferior surface of the brain serving to distribute throughout the brain circle of willis
artery that supplies blood to the kidneys renal
an artery that arises from the bifurcation of the brachial artery ulnar
Created by: Meganswife



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