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a blood vessel that carries blood from the heart to the body

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a major thoroughfare that bears important traffic

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Renal arteries arises normally from lateral aspects of abdominal aorta at level of intervertebral disc between 1st and 2nd lumbar vertebrae's below the origin of superior mesenteric artery.
One kidney had persistent foetal lobulations and double renal arteries represented anterior and posterior division arising from the aorta separately (Fig.
The common carotid arteries and the subclavian artery supply the head, the cervical and pectoral regions, and the wings.
The common palmar digital artery of SPA supplying the adjacent sides of the index and middle fingers passed through the neural loop formed by the proper digital nerve of median nerve supplying the radial side of the middle finger and joined with the unusually large first palmar metacarpal artery before dividing into proper digital arteries.
Also of note is the increased vulnerability of superficial arteries to injury and laceration.
In 1960, Michels [sup][8] dissected 200 cadavers and classified hepatic arteries into 10 types according to the blood supply, and this classification was approved.
The parietal thrombosis circumscribes the two ostia of renal arteries causing critic stenoses of 75-80% on the left side and 85-90% on the right side (Figure 5).
The second part is derived from longitudinal communications of the postcostal anastomosis with the consequent regression of the stems of the upper six intersegmental arteries.
2006), 23% of the right renal arteries and 22% of the left renal arteries emerge between the intervertebral disc of L1 and L2, different from the author cited above.
In these patients, demonstration of multiple flows related to collateral circulation between the left and right coronary arteries on the interventricular septum by colored Doppler and presence of reverse flow from the coronary artery into the pulmonary artery on colored Doppler echocardiogram suggest this anomaly.
Testut & Latarjet (1979) as well as Latarjet & Ruiz Liard (1983) described the birth of the labial arteries at the level of the oral commissure, whereas Figun & Garino (2001) added that these arteries form a common trunk at its origin.
For 40 years, doctors have cleared blockages of the carotid arteries in the neck, which supply blood to the head, by surgically removing plaque from the vessels.
The anterior and posterior ethmoid arteries are important anatomic structures to be recognized during endoscopic sinus surgery.
4] produced dose-dependent constriction of pulmonary arteries in isolated perfused lungs and pulmonary arterial rings and a right shift of the acetylcholine-dependent vasorelaxation curve.
The newly FDA-approved drug-eluting stent available at AVH is being hailed as a major medical breakthrough for heart patients because of the way it opens clogged or narrowed arteries and prevents the blockage from recurring.