common carotid artery

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Synonyms for common carotid artery

runs upward in the neck and divides into the external and internal carotid arteries

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The common carotid arteries and the subclavian artery supply the head, the cervical and pectoral regions, and the wings.
A neck ventral midline incision was made and the common carotid arteries were then exposed and gently separated from the vagus nerve.
The jugular veins were reversed and anastomosed to proximal and distal common carotid arteries using an 8/0 polypropylene suture with end-to-side and continuous fashion (Fig.
There is an area just before the bifurcation where the common carotid arteries get larger.
SUMMARY: In head and neck surgery, the common carotid arteries are important landmarks, defining dissection plane during radical neck surgeries.
17) One month after CAL, mice were killed and bilateral common carotid arteries were harvested for the following experiments.
At baseline, B-mode ultrasound images of carotid artery wall boundaries were obtained, and intimal medial thickness (IMT) was measured at the far wall of the distal common carotid arteries.
A sustained-release garlic preparation led to decreased intima-media thickness of the common carotid arteries in a 24-month study of 103 men with atherosclerosis, Dr.
The anterior circulation consists of the common carotid arteries, which bifurcate in the neck at the angle of the jaw to form the internal and external carotid arteries.
Nasdaq:SONO), the world leader in hand-carried ultrasound, said today that it has begun customer shipments of the SonoCalc(TM) IMT software, which allows physicians to quickly and effectively measure the wall thickness (IMT) of the common carotid arteries and assess a patient's risk of cardiovascular disease.
In addition, multifocal atherosclerotic plaques formation could be found in common carotid arteries, external carotid arteries, and subclavian arteries bilaterally.