Anatomy Quiz 4 7

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  1. Circulation
    • • Common Carotid
    • • Subclavian
    • • Collateral circulation (anastomoses)
  2. SUBCLAVIAN ARTERY tract
    • • Vertebral artery
    • • Thyrocervical trunk
    • • -----inferior thyroid
    • • ----------ascending cervical
    • • -----transverse cervical
    • • -----suprascapular
    • • Internal thoracic
    • • Costocervical trunk
    • • -----deep cervical
    • • -----superior intercostal
    • • Dorsal scapular
  3. Thyrocercvical trunk branches
    • • Transverse cervical
    • • Suprascapular
    • • Inferior thyroid
  4. Costocervical trunk
    • • Deep cervical
    • • Superior intercostal
  5. Subclavian artery source
    • • Right subclavian - brachiocephalic a.
    • • left subclavian- direct branch of the aorta
  6. Subclavian artery
    • • travel lateral to the trachea into the root of the neck, passing between the anterior and middle scalenes
    • • Divided into 3 parts based on its relationship to the anterior scalene
  7. Subclavian artery 1st part
    • • Branches
    • • -----Vertebral artery
    • • -----Thyrocervical trunk
    • • beginning of the subclavian to the medial border of the ant scalene
  8. Subclavian artery 2nd part
    • • costocervical trunk
    • • located posterior to the anterior scalene
  9. Subclavian artery 3rd part
    lateral margin of the ant scalene to the lateral border of the 1st rib, where it becomes the axillary a.
  10. Thyrocervical trunk source
    branch of the 1st part of the subclavian along the medial aspect of the ant scalene m.
  11. Inferior thyroid (Thyrocervical branch)
    travels along the medial border of the anterior scalene posterior to the carotid sheath and anterior to the vertebral a. to the thyroid gland along with the recurrent laryngeal n. it gives rise to the inferior laryngeal a. to the larynx and the ascending cervical, which helps supply the muscles in the area and sends branches to the vertebral a.
  12. Inferior thyroid artery branches
    • Inferior laryngeal
    • Ascending cervical
  13. Inferior laryngeal artery
    Brings blood to larynx
  14. Ascending cervical artery
    Brings blood to muscles in the area and sends branches to vertebral artery

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