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Antebrachium (anatomy)

ANTEBRACHIUM ANATOMY Anatomically speaking, using the thumb side of the arm as the base for the lateral side, the antebrachium include the ulna (which rests on the medial side) and the radius on the lateral side. The ulna is longer than the radius and is more concretely connected to the humerus more...

Aortic Arch (anatomy)

AORTIC ARCH ANATOMY Known as the ascending portion of the aorta, the vessel extends down from the left ventricle. Part of the systemic circulation, the aorta is the main delivery system of oxygenated blood. There are only two branches from the ascending aorta, and they are responsible for the delivery of more...

Arches of the foot (anatomy)

ARCHES OF THE FOOT ANATOMY The foot’s two arches are formed by the structure and design of the bones throughout the foot. The ligaments and tendons of the foot stabilize the basic formation that the bones create. The arches have little rigidity and are known to flex appropriately when pressure is more...

Arteries of the Neck and Head (anatomy)

ARTERIES OF THE NECK AND HEAD ANATOMY The blood supply to the neck is the responsibility of the common carotid artery. Directed upward along the lateral side, this artery parallels the trachea. Internal and external carotid arteries are found along the various branches which can be traced along the angle of more...

Arteries of the Pelvis and the Lower Extremity (anatomy)

ARTERIES OF THE PELVIS AND THE LOWER EXTREMITY ANATOMY The aorta draws into the posterior pelvic region and bifurcates into the right and left common iliac arteries. Passing down their respective sides of the body, each vessel traverses about 5 centimeters before turning into the internal and external iliac arteries. The more...