Procedure B The Arterial System

1. Review a textbook section on the arterial system.

2. As a review activity, label figures 46.2, 46.3, 46.4, and 46.5.

3. Locate the following arteries of the systemic circuit on the charts and torso:

aorta ascending aorta aortic sinus aortic arch (arch of the aorta) thoracic aorta abdominal aorta branches of the aorta coronary arteries brachiocephalic artery left common carotid artery left subclavian artery celiac artery gastric artery

46. Major Arteries and Veins


Figure 46.1 Label the major blood vessels associated with the pulmonary and systemic circuits.

. Tissue cells

Figure 46.1 Label the major blood vessels associated with the pulmonary and systemic circuits.

. Tissue cells

Left Shoulder Blade Thoracic Aorta
Tissue cells

splenic artery hepatic artery superior mesenteric artery suprarenal arteries renal arteries gonadal arteries ovarian arteries testicular arteries inferior mesenteric artery middle sacral artery common iliac arteries arteries to neck, head, and brain vertebral arteries thyrocervical arteries common carotid arteries external carotid arteries superior thyroid artery superficial temporal artery facial artery internal carotid arteries arteries to shoulder and upper limb axillary artery

Arteriogram Femoral Artery Labeling

brachial artery deep brachial artery ulnar artery radial artery arteries to the thoracic and abdominal walls internal thoracic artery anterior intercostal artery posterior intercostal artery arteries to pelvis and lower limb common iliac artery internal iliac artery external iliac artery femoral artery deep femoral artery popliteal artery anterior tibial artery dorsalis pedis artery (dorsal pedis artery) posterior tibial artery 4. Complete Parts A and B of Laboratory Report 46.

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