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ANATOMY MEdia-Bldsup

ANATOMY FINALs

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Ethmoid bulla Lateral wall branches of sphenopalatine artery (maxillary artery)
Hiatus semilunaris Lateral wall branches of sphenopalatine artery (maxillary artery)
Posterior ethmoid sinus and opening into superior meatus Ethmoid arteries (ophthalmic artery)
Sphenoid sinus and opening into sphenoethmoid recess maxillary artery
Hard Palate Greater palatine artery (not described in anthology)
Soft palate Ascending palatine artery (not described)
Superior, middle and inferior turbinate and meatus Sphenopalatine artery, a branch of the maxillary artery
Nasal Septum 3 supplying arteries- 1. septal branch of sphenopalatine artery 2. anterior ethmoid artery (upper part of septum) 2. anterior ethmoid artery (upper part of septum)
Frontal Sinus Ethmoid branch of ophthalmic artery
Anterior ethmoid sinus Ethmoid branch of ophthalmic artery
Nasopharynx Small branches from external carotid artery
Pharyngeal recess Same as nasopharynx- small branches from external carotid artery
Valleculae Superior laryngeal artery branch of superior thyroid artery
Epiglottis Superior laryngeal artery branch of superior thyroid artery
Aryepiglotic folds Superior laryngeal artery branch of superior thyroid artery
Vestibular folds Superior laryngeal artery branch of superior thyroid artery
Vocal folds The inferior laryngeal artery a branch of the inferior thyroid artery, a branch of the subclavian artery
Vocal cords The inferior laryngeal artery a branch of the inferior thyroid artery, a branch of the subclavian artery
Thyroarytenoid muscles The inferior laryngeal artery a branch of the inferior thyroid artery, a branch of the subclavian artery
Cricothyroid muscles The inferior laryngeal artery a branch of the inferior thyroid artery, a branch of the subclavian artery
Lateral cricoarytenoid muscles The inferior laryngeal artery a branch of the inferior thyroid artery, a branch of the subclavian artery
Transverse and oblique arytenoid muscles The inferior laryngeal artery a branch of the inferior thyroid artery, a branch of the subclavian artery
Posterior cricoarytenoid The inferior laryngeal artery a branch of the inferior thyroid artery, a branch of the subclavian artery
Trachea Inferior thyroid artery branch of right and left subclavian arteries
Pericardial sac Branches of subclavian artery that course with the phrenic nerve
Parietal pericardium Branches of subclavian artery that course with the phrenic nerve
Visceral pericardium Coronary arteries in the stroma of the myocardium.
Right Atrium Right coronary artery and small cardiac vein
Right appendage Right coronary artery and small cardiac vein
Crista terminalis Right coronary artery and small cardiac vein
Pectinate muscle Right coronary artery and small cardiac vein
Interatrial septum with fossa ovalis Right coronary artery and small cardiac vein
SA node and AV node Right coronary artery and small cardiac vein
Right ventricle Mostly right coronary artery. In a right dominant heart, LAD supplies a small part of anterior wall of RV. Additionally, in a left dominant heart, circumflex supplies a small part of posterior wall of RV
Trabeculae carnae Mostly right coronary artery. In a right dominant heart, LAD supplies a small part of anterior wall of RV. Additionally, in a left dominant heart, circumflex supplies a small part of posterior wall of RV
Interventricular septum Right dominant- posterior 1/3rd of interventricular septum is supplied by posterior descending artery, a branch of the right coronary artery. Left dominant- posterior 1/3rd is supplied by circumflex artery, a branch of the left coronary artery. Anterior 2
Papillary Muscles Mostly right coronary artery. In a right dominant heart, LAD supplies a small part of anterior wall of RV. Additionally, in a left dominant heart, circumflex supplies a small part of posterior wall of RV
Left atrium Left coronary artery
Left appendage Left coronary artery
Pectinate muscle Left coronary artery
Left Ventricle Right coronary artery-diaphragmatic part. LAD- anterior wall. Posterior descending artery (from right coronary artery in right dominance, from circumflex in left dominance)- posterior wall
Trabeculae carnae Right coronary artery-diaphragmatic part. LAD- anterior wall. Posterior descending artery (from right coronary artery in right dominance, from circumflex in left dominance)- posterior wall
Papillary muscles Right coronary artery-diaphragmatic part. LAD- anterior wall. Posterior descending artery (from right coronary artery in right dominance, from circumflex in left dominance)- posterior wall
External intercostal muscles Anterior and posterior intercostal arteries. See intercostal spaces below for more details
Internal intercostal muscles Anterior and posterior intercostal arteries. See intercostal spaces below for more details
Costal pleura and endothoracic fascia Anterior and posterior intercostal arteries. See intercostal spaces below for more details
Diaphragm Superior phrenic artery branches from thoracic aorta (posterior half of diaphragm). Pericardiacophrenic artery branches from internal thoracic aorta (diaphragm lateral to heart). Musculophrenic artery branches from internal thoracic aorta (anterior part o
Diaphragmatic pleura Superior phrenic artery branches from thoracic aorta (posterior half of diaphragm). Pericardiacophrenic artery branches from internal thoracic aorta (diaphragm lateral to heart). Musculophrenic artery branches from internal thoracic aorta (anterior part o
Hilum of right lung Lung is supplied with oxygenated blood by the bronchial arteries which branch from the thoracic aorta.
Visceral pleura Same as lung
Mediastinal pleura Same as pericardial sac- Branches of subclavian artery that course with the phrenic nerve
Intercostal spaces Anterior intercostal arteries from internal thoracic artery (spaces 1-5) or musculophrenic artery (spaces 6-9). Posterior intercostal arteries from thoracic aorta. These two arteries anastamose in the intercostal space. Drained by posterior intercostal ve
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