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anatomical limit for right common carotid artery
begins at the right sternoclavicular articulation...ends at the superior border of the thyroid cartilage
anatomical limit for left common carotid artery
begins at the level of the 2nd costal cartilage...ends at the superior border of the thyroid cartilage
anatomical guide for common carotid arteries
lies posterior to the medial border of the SCM
Linear guide for the common carotid arteries
draw/visualize a line on the skin from the left sternoclavicular articulation to the anterior surface of the base of the left earlobe
relationship of the common carotids to the internal jugular vein
lies medial and deep
anatomical limit of the axillary artery
begins at a point at the lateral border of the first rib and extends inferior border of the tendon of the teres major muscle
anatomical guide of the axillary artery
located behind the medial border of the coracobrachialis muscle
linear guide of the axillary artery
draw/visualize a line in the center of the axillary space along the lateral border of the base of the axillary space
relationship of the axillary artery to the axillary vein
located lateral and deep
when arm is abducted axillary artery will be found
slightly anterior and deep to the axillary vein and the brachial plexus
anatomical limit for the brachial artery
extends from the inferior border of the teres major muscle... ends 1 inch below the antecubital fossa
anatomical guide for the brachial artery
lies in the bicipital groove at the posterior margin of the medial border of the biceps brachii muscle
relationship of the brachial artery to the basilic vein
lies medial and superficial
linear guide of the brachial artery
draw/visualize point over the center of the lateral border of the base of the axillary space to 1 inch below and in front of the elbow joint
anatomical limit of the radial artery
extends about 1 inch below the antecubital fossa to a point to the 2nd digit
anatomical guide of the radial artery
lies lateral to the tendon of the flexor carpiradialis muscle and just medial to the tendon of the brachioradialis muscle
linear guide for the radial artery
imaginary line on the surface of the skin of the forearm from the center of the antecubital fossa
ulnar artery
bifurcation of the brachial artery
anatomical limit of the ulnar artery
extends about 1 inch below the antecubital fossa to the 4th and 5th digit
anatomical guide for the ulnar artery
lies lateral to the tendon of the flexor carpi ulnaris muscle and medial to the flexor digitorum superficialis
linear guide for the ulnar artery
visualize a line on the skin from the center of the antecubital fossa on the forearm to a point between the 4th and 5th finger
external iliac artery
bifurcation of the common iliac artery
anatomical limit for the external iliac artery
lies from the bifurcation of the celiac artery and extends to a point beneath the inguinal ligament
anatomical guide for the external iliac artery
lies anteriorly and medially in relation to the peritoneum
relationship of external iliac artery to the external iliac vein
lies exactly at the inguinal ligament and lateral
To embalm an autopsied body, which artery is used?
external iliac artery
anatomical limit for the femoral artery
begins at a point behind the center of the inguinal ligament...ends at the opening of the adductors longus muscle
anatomical guide for the femoral artery
lie laterally by the medial border of the sartorius muscle and medially by the adductor longus muscle
linear guide for the femoral artery
visualize a line on the thigh from the center of the inguinal ligament to the center of the medial prominence of the knee(medial condyle of the femur)
the femoral triangle superior boundary
formed by the inguinal ligament
the femoral triangle lateral boundary
formed by the sartorius muscle
the femoral triangle medial boundary
formed by the adductor longus muscle
femoral artery in relation to the femoral vein
lies lateral and superficial
femoral vein in relation to the femoral artery
lies medially and deep
medial border of femoral triangle
tendons of the semimembranosus and semitendinosus muscles
anatomical limit of the popliteal artery
extends from the femoral artery at a point beginning at the opening of the adductor magnus muscle to the lower border of the popliteus muscle
anatomical guide for the popliteal artery
located between the popliteal surface of the femur and the oblique popliteal ligament
linear guide for the popliteal artery
visualize a line on the surface of the skin from the center of the superior border of the popliteal space parallel to the long axis of the lower extremity to the center of the inferior border of the popliteal space
relationship of the popliteal artery to the popliteal vein
lies posterior and medial
anatomical limit of the right subclavian artery
begins right sternoclavicular articulation...ends at lateral border of first rib
anatomical limit of the left subclavian artery
begins 2nd left costal cartilage...ends lateral border of 1st rib
anatomical limit of the anterior tibial artery
begins at inferior border of the popliteus muscle...ends point in front of middle at the ankle joint
anatomical limit of the posterior tibial artery
begins inferior border of the popliteous muscle...ends at the heel, point between medial malleolus
anatomical limit of the brachiocephalic artery
begins at 2nd right costal cartilage..ends at the upper border of the 2nd right sternoclavicular articulation