Anatomy- Pelvic Limb Blood Flow

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Anatomy- Pelvic Limb Blood Flow
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  1. The external iliac a. gives of the ___________ then becomes the ___________.
    deep femoral a.; femoral a.
  2. The popliteal a. is __________ to the _________.
    caudal; stifle
  3. What artery passes through the crucial interosseous space?
    cranial tibial a.
  4. The dorsal pedal a. passes over the __________.
    hock joint
  5. Once past the level of the hock on the lateral side of the limb, the dorsal pedal a. becomes the ____________.
    dorsal metatarsal a. III
  6. At the __________ region, the dorsal metatarsal a. III becomes the ___________.
    mid-metatarsal; distal perforating branch of the dorsal metatarsal a. III
  7. Proximal to the _________, the distal perforating branch bifurcates to the...
    fetlock; medial and lateral digital aa.
  8. The medial and lateral digital aa. branch to...
    dorsal and plantar branches of the medial and lateral digital aa.
  9. The dorsal and plantar branches of the medial and lateral digital aa. branch to...
    PI, PII, PIII, and the digital cushion
  10. The deep femoral a. terminates by...
    bifurcating to pudendoepigastric trunk and medial circumflex femoral a.
  11. 4 branches of the femoral a.
    lateral circumflex femoral a., saphenous a., descending genicular a., caudal femoral a.
  12. The caudal femoral a. is located just proximal to the ___________ and gives off the __________ that goes toward the __________.
    stifle joint; descending branch of the caudal femoral a.; hock
  13. The femoral a. gives off the ___________ then becomes the _____________.
    caudal femoral a.; popliteal a.
  14. The popliteal a. terminates by...
    bifurcating to the cranial and caudal tibial aa.
  15. At the __________, the cranial tibial a. becomes the __________.
    hock joint; dorsal pedal a.
  16. The perforating tarsal a. branches off of the _________ and goes...
    dorsal pedal a.; through the tarsal canal.
  17. At the __________, the dorsal pedal a. becomes the __________, which goes...
    distal hock; dorsal metatarsal a. III; b/w the cannon bone and lateral splint bone to supply the digits.
  18. The main supply to the digits in the pelvic limb.
    dorsal metatarsal a. III
  19. The distal perforating branch comes off of the ___________ and bifurcates at the ________ to...
    dorsal metatarsal a. III; fetlock; medial and lateral digital aa.
  20. What 3 arteries form an S-shaped anastomosis proximal to the hock joint? What a. emerges from the anastomosis to travel down the leg?
    descending branch of the caudal femoral a., caudal tibial a., saphenous a.; saphenous a.
  21. At the level of the __________, the saphenous a. bifurcates to...
    hock; lateral and medial plantar aa.
  22. The lateral plantar a. anastomoses with ____________.
    the lateral digital a.
  23. The medial plantar a. anastomoses with the ____________.
    medial digital a.
  24. What is the significance of the deep plantar arch?
    it gives rise to the medial and lateral plantar metatarsal aa., which supply the deep structures of the metatarsal region
  25. The lateral and medial plantar metatarsal aa. anastomose with...
    the distal perforating branch of the dorsal metatarsal a. III

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