Embalming Chapter 8

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Embalming Chapter 8
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  1. A method of locating a structure such as an atery or vein by reference to an adjacent known or prominent structure.
    Anatomical Guide
  2. A line drawn or visualized on the surface of the skin to represent the approximate location of some deeper-laying structure.
    Linear Guide
  3. The point of origin and point of termination of a structure in relation to adjacent structures.
    Anatomical Limit
  4. Draw or visualize a line on the surface of the skin from a point over the respective sternoclavicular articulation to a point over the anterior surface of the base of the respective earlobes.
    Linear Guide for Common Carotid Artery
  5. The right and the left common coritid arteries are located posterior to the medial border of the sternocleidomastoid muscle, on their respective sides of the neck.
    Anatomical Guide for the Common Carotid Artery
  6. The right common carotid begins at the level of the right strenoclavicular articulation and extends to the superior border of the thyroid cartilage and the left common carotid begins at the level of the second costal cartilage and extends to the superior border of the thyroid cartilage.
    Anatomical Limits of the Common Carotid Artery
  7. Draw or visualize a line on the surface of the center of the skin from a point over or through the center of the lateral border of the base of the axillary space. This line is parallel to the long axis of the abducted arm.
    Liner Guide of the Axillary Artery
  8. The axillary artery is located just behind the medial border of the coracobrachialis muscle.
    Anatomical Guide of the Axillary Artery
  9. The axillary artery extends from a point beginning at the lateral border of the first rib and extends to the inferior border of the tendon of the teres major muscle.
    Anatomical Limit of the Axillary Artery
  10. The axillary artary is a continuation of the subclavian artery.
    Origin of the Axillary Artary
  11. Draw or visualize a line on the surface of the skin from a point over the center of the lateral border of the base of the axillary space to a point approximatly 1 inch below and in front of the elbow joint.
    Linear Guide of the Brachial Artery
  12. The brachial artery lies in the bicipital groove at the posterior margin of the medial border of the belly of the bicep brachii muscle.
    Anatomical Limit of the Brachial Artery
  13. The brachial artery extends from a point beginning at the inferior border of the tendon of the teres major muscle and extends to a point inferior to the antecubital fossa.
    Anatomical Limit of the Brachial Artery
  14. The brachial Artery is a continuation of the axillary artery.
    Origin of the Brachial Artery
  15. Draw or visualize a line on the surface of the skin of the forearm from the center of the antecubital fossa to the center of the base of the index finger.
    Linear Guide of the Radial Artery
  16. The radial artery lies just lateral to the tendon of the flexor carpiradialis muscle and just medial to the tendon of the brachioradialis muscle.
    Anatomical Guide for the Radial Artery
  17. The radial artery extends from a point approximately 1 inch below and in front of the bend of the elbow to a point over the base of the thumb (thenareminence)
    Anatomical Limit of the Radial Artery
  18. The radial artery originates at the bifurcation of the brachial artery.
    Origin of the Radial Artery
  19. Draw or visualize a line on the surface of the skin of the thigh from the center of the inguinal ligament to the center of the medial prominence of the kneee (medial condyle of the femur)
    Linear Guide of the Femoral Artery
  20. The femoral artery passes through the center of the femoral triangle and is bounded laterally by the medial border of the sartorius muscle and medially by the adductor longus muscle.
    Anatomical Guide of the Femoral Artery
  21. The femoral artery extends from a ponit behind the center of the inguinal ligament to the opening in the adductor magnus mescle.
    Anatomical Limit of the Femoral Artery
  22. The femoral artery is a continuation of the external iliac artery.
    Origin of the Femoral Artery
  23. Draw or visualize a line on the surface of the skin from the center of the superior border of the popliteal space parallel to the long axis of the lower extremity to the center of the inferior border of the popliteal space.
    Linaer Guide of the Poplitael Fossa
  24. The popliteal vessels are located between the popliteal surface of the femur and the oblique popliteal ligament.
    Anatomical Guide of the Popliteal Fossa
  25. The popliteal artery extends from a point beginning at the opening of the adductor magnus muscle to the lower border of the popliteus muscle.
    Anatomical Limit of the Popliteal Fossa
  26. The popiteal artery is a contination of the femoral artery.
    Origin of the Popliteal Fossa
  27. Draw or visualize a line from the lateral border of the patella to the anterior surface of the ankle joint.
    Liner Guide of the Anterior Tibial Artery
  28. Draw or visualize a line on the surface of the skin from the center of the popliteal space to a point midway between the medial malleolus and the calcaneus bone.
    Liner Guide of the Posterior Tibial Artery
  29. The anterior tibial vessels are located in a groove between the tibialis longus muscle.
    Anatomical Guide to the Anterior Tibial Artery
  30. The posterior tibial vessels are located between the posterior border of the tibia and the calcaneus tendon.
    Anatomical Guide to the Posterior Tibial Artery
  31. The anterior tibial artery extends from a point beginning at the inferior border of the popliteus muscle to a point in front of the middle ankle joint on the respective side.
    Anatomical Limit of the Anterior Tibial Artery
  32. The posterior tibial artery extended from a point beginning at the inferior border of the popliteus muscle and the calcaneus of the fespective foot.
    Anatomical Limit of the Posterior Tibial Artery

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