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Adrenal glands (anatomy)

ADRENAL GLANDS ANATOMY The adrenal cortex and the adrenal medulla are often considered to be of similar function. However, both in structure and in function, these two structures are unique unto themselves. The adrenal medulla primarily secretes catecholamine hormones which are vital in the sympathetic actions of the autonomic nervous system. 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...

Arteries of the Shoulder and the Upper Extremity (anatomy)

ARTERIES OF THE SHOULDER AND THE UPPER EXTREMITY ANATOMY Developing from the aortic arch, the left subclavian artery and the right subclavian artery via the brachiocephalic trunk passes laterally well into the depths of the clavicle. This permits blood to reach the arm. Just above the medial section of the clavicle more...

Blood (anatomy)

BLOOD ANATOMY Blood is categorized as connective tissue. It is in fact highly specialized and is created by formed elements. These formed elements include erythrocytes, leukocytes, and platelets which are also known as thrombocytes. These elements are carried in the plasma, the liquid form of blood. These elements are responsible for more...

Blood Supply to the Brain (anatomy)

BLOOD SUPPLY TO THE BRAIN ANATOMY Arterial blood supplies the brain with the necessary blood flow via four vessels. Near the pituitary gland, these four vessels converge to create one unified vessel. This can be located in the inferior surface of the brain. These four vessels are each one set of more...