Anatomy, Forelimb II
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Major Blood Supply to the forelimb
- Axillary A
- Brachial A
- Median A
Which A's => Digital Pulses?
Medial and Lateral Palmer Digital aa
Branches of the terminal arch radiate and break up in the ______ & ______
- laminar dermis
- Sole Dermis
The digital (medial and lateral) veins, formed by...
- Three interconnected,
- Venous Plexuses in the foot
Venus Plexuses in the foot:
- Dorsal Venous Plexus
- Palmar/Plantar Venus Plexus
- Coronary Venous Plexus
Where do the plexuses anastamose?
Via foramina in the cartilages in the distal phalanx
Digital V -> ____ ->_____
Main A of the manus:
MediaL Palmer A
How are the Medial & Lateral Palmer aa formed?
- Median A -> Median Palmer A
- Deep Palmar Arch -> Lateral Palmer A
Lateral and Medial Palmar Metacarpal A come from...
Anastomosis of branch form Radial and Palmer branch of the Median A (deep palmar arch)
Lateral and Medial Palmar Proper Digital aa are branches of the
Medial Palmar A
The nerves of the manus come from:
Main N of the manus
Major Nerves supplying the palmar aspect of the distal forelimb?
Nerves Supplying the dorsal aspect of the distal Forelimb:
- Dorsal Branch of Ulnar N
- Medial Cutaneous Antebrachial N
- Dorsal Branches from medial and lateral digital n
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