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Peripheral Arterial: Ao arch, Upper Ext, Abd AO, Lwr Ext.

Peripheral resistance increases with: Greater length, smaller diameter, and higher velocity Poiseuille Law: demonstrates the influences on resistance of length, viscosity, and (inversely and powerfully) radius.
The following arteries have low-resistance flow character. A. ICA, Preprandial SMA, RA B. ECA, Preprandial SMA, RA C. ICA, {Postprandial SMA, RA D. ECA, Postprandial SMA, RA E/ OCA. SMA's C. ICA, Postprandial SMA, and Renal Arteries
Which statement re: the dorsalis pedis is NOT correct: A Is ant to the med malleolus B Is the continuation of the ant tib art C Joins the pedal arch halfway down the dorsum of the foot D Is a branch of the pero E Begins at the bend of foot/ankle D. This statement about the dorsalis pedis artery--"Its a branch of the peroneal artery"--is NOT correct. The dorsalis pedis artery continues the anterior tibial artery to the pedal arch.
Vessels and structures of the penis include all of the following EXCEPT: A Deep artery of the penis B Dorsal artery of the penis C Corpus spongiosum D Inferior vesicle artery E Dorsal vein D. Inferior vesicle artery
Which of the following vessels is NOT found on or near the foot? A Dorsalis pedis B posterior tib C peroneal D circumflex E All are found on or near the foot D. The circumflex There are several "circumflex" arteries, some mear or proximal to the groin.
In B-mode imaging of the CFA and its bif into the profunda and SFA, normally the profuda courses: A Posterolateral to the SFA
The popliteal trifurcation is actually a double bifurcation; select the pairs forming these two bifurcations:
The axillary artery connects the: Brachial artery to the subclavian artery.
The great vessels arising from the aortic arch include all of the following EXCEPT the: Right subclavian artery. The right subclavian artery arises from the innominate artery (brachiocephalic trunk). Obviously this question assumes normal anatomy; there are frequent veriants with the brachiocephalic arteries.
At the inguinal ligament, the external iliac artery becomes the: Common femoral artery
This vessel courses along the medial aspect of the poas muscle: Internal iliac artery.
Created by: Mcrocker420