Introduction to Blood Vessels and Arteries of the Upper Body

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Exercise 30

Blood from the left subclavian artery flows into what vessels as it moves toward the left arm?

left axillary artery, brachial artery, radial artery, ulnar artery

Blood in the radial artery comes from what blood vessel?

brachial artery

What is the name of the outermost layer of blood vessel?

tunica adventitia

What kind of blood vessels have valves?

veins

Blood from the common carotid artery nect travels to what two vessels?

internal and external common carotid artery

Blood from the right brachial artey travels to what two vessels?

right radial and ulnar artery

The internal carotid artey takes blood to what organ?

the brain

The descending aorta receives blood from what vessel?

aortic arch

What is the general name of a large vessel that takes bllod away from the heart?

artery

Bllod in the left common carotid artery receives blood from what vessel?

aortic arch

Name three blood vessels that exit from the aortic arch.

brachialcephalic, right and left subclavian artery

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