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مُساهمة من طرف mido le roi في السبت أغسطس 14, 2010 8:27 am




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Arteries of the Upper Limb
ArterySourceBranchesSupply toNotes
anterior circumflex humeral
axillary a., 3rd part
unnamed muscular branches
deltoid m.; arm muscles near the surgical neck of the humerus
anterior circumflex humeral a. anastomoses with the posterior circumflex humeral a.
anterior interosseous
common interosseous a.
muscular brs.; a. of the median nerve
flexor pollicis longus m., flexor digitorum profundus m., pronator quadratus m., radius, ulna, carpal bones
anterior interosseous a. pierces the interosseous membrane at its distal end to reach the dorsal carpal anastomosis
anterior ulnar recurrent
ulnar a.
unnamed muscular brs.
medial side of elbow and proximal ends of forearm flexor mm.
anterior ulnar recurrent a. often arises in common with the posterior ulnar recurrent a.
arch, deep palmar
radial a., deep br. of ulnar a.
palmar metacarpal aa. (2nd-4th), perforating brs.
deep palm, digits including the dorsum of the distal phalangeal segment
deep palmar arterial arch receives the majority of its blood supply from the radial a.
arch, dorsal carpal arterial
radial a., ulnar a.
dorsal metacarpal aa.
dorsum of the hand and digits, excluding the distal phalangeal segment
dorsal carpal arterial arch receives the majority of its blood supply from the radial a.
arch, superficial palmar
ulnar a., superficial palmar br. of the radial a.
common palmar digital aa. (3)
superficial palm, palmar surface of the digits excluding thumb, dorsum of the distal phalangeal segments of digits 2-5
superficial palmar arterial arch receives the majority of its blood supply from the ulnar a.
axillary
subclavian a. (axillary a. is the continuation of the subclavian lateral to the 1st rib)
1st part: superior thoracic a.; 2nd
part: thoracoacromial a., lateral thoracic a.; 3rd part: anterior
humeral circumflex a., posterior humeral circumflex a., subscapular a.

pectoral region, shoulder region and upper limb
pectoralis minor m. crosses anterior to the axillary artery and is used to delineate the 3 parts mentioned at left
brachial
axillary a. (brachial a. is the continuation of the axillary a. distal to the teres major m.)
deep brachial a., superior ulnar
collateral a., nutrient a., inferior ulnar collateral a.; terminal
branches are the radial a. and the ulnar a.

arm, forearm and hand
brachial a. normally terminates at the level of the elbow, but high branching may occur
brachial, deep
brachial a.
ascending br.; terminal branches are the middle collateral a. and radial collateral a.
muscles and tissues of the posterior compartment of the arm
deep brachial a. spirals around the
shaft of the humerus in the radial groove where it is susceptible to
injury in mid-shaft fractures

brachiocephalic trunk
aortic arch
right common carotid a., right subclavian a.
right side of the head and neck; right upper limb and right side of the chest wall
there is only one brachiocephalic trunk
carpal arterial arch, dorsal
radial a., ulnar a.
dorsal metacarpal aa.
dorsum of the hand and digits, excluding the distal phalangeal segment
dorsal carpal arterial arch receives the majority of its blood supply from the radial a.
cervical, transverse
thyrocervical trunk
unnamed muscular branches, possibly the dorsal scapular a.
trapezius muscle and surrounding tissues
transverse cervical a. gives rise to the dorsal scapular a. ~30% of the time
circumflex humeral, anterior
axillary a., 3rd part
unnamed muscular branches
deltoid m.; arm muscles near the surgical neck of the humerus
anterior circumflex humeral a. anastomoses with the posterior circumflex humeral a.
circumflex humeral, posterior
axillary a., 3rd part
unnamed muscular branches
deltoid; arm muscles near the surgical neck of the humerus
posterior circumflex humeral a.
anastomoses with the anterior circumflex humeral a.; it passes through
the quadrangular space with the axillary nerve

circumflex scapular
subscapular a.
unnamed muscular branches
teres major m., teres minor m., infraspinatus m.
circumflex scapular a. anastomoses with the suprascapular a. and the dorsal scapular a. to form the scapular anastomosis
collateral, inferior ulnar
brachial a.
unnamed muscular branches
lower medial arm

anastomoses with the anterior ulnar recurrent a.
collateral, middledeep brachial a.unnamed muscular branchesmedial head of triceps, anconeusanastomoses with the interosseous recurrent a.
collateral, radialdeep brachial a.unnamed muscular brancheslower lateral armtravels with the radial nerve; anastomoses with the radial recurrent a.
collateral, superior ulnarbrachial a.unnamed muscular branchesmedial arm musclestravels with the ulnar nerve; anastomoses with posterior ulnar recurrent a.
common interosseousulnar a.anterior interosseous a., posterior interosseous a.deep structures of the forearmcommon interosseous a. supplies the deep forearm flexor and deep forearm extensor muscles
common palmar digitalsuperficial palmar arterial archproper palmar digital aa. (2)palmar aspect two adjacent digitscommon palmar digital aa. anastomose with palmar metacarpal aa.
deep brachialbrachial a.ascending br.; terminal branches are the middle collateral a. and radial collateral a.muscles and tissues of the posterior compartment of the armdeep
brachial a. spirals around the shaft of the humerus in the radial
groove where it is susceptible to injury in mid-shaft fractures
deep palmar archradial a., deep br. of ulnar a.palmar metacarpal aa. (2nd-4th), perforating brs.deep palm, digits including the dorsum of the distal phalangeal segmentdeep palmar arterial arch receives the majority of its blood supply from the radial a.
digital, common palmarsuperficial palmar arterial archproper palmar digital aa. (2)palmar aspect two adjacent digitscommon palmar digital aa. anastomose with palmar metacarpal aa.
digital, proper palmarcommon palmar digital a.no named branchespalmar aspect of each digitproper palmar digital aa. supply the dorsum of the distal phalangeal segment and nail bed
dorsal carpal arterial archradial a., ulnar a.dorsal metacarpal aa.dorsum of the hand and digits, excluding the distal phalangeal segmentdorsal carpal arterial arch receives the majority of its blood supply from the radial a.
dorsal digital, of handdorsal metacarpal a.no named branchesdorsal aspect of 1/2 digit, excluding the distal phalangeal segmentdorsal digital aa. do not supply the nail bed
dorsal metacarpal1st: radial a.; 2-4: dorsal carpal arterial archdorsal digital aa. (2)dorsum of 2 adjacent digits, excluding the distal phalangeal segmenteach dorsal metacarpal a. gives off a perforating br. that anastomoses with the deep palmar arterial arch
dorsal scapularsubclavian a., 3rd partunnamed muscular brancheslevator scapulae m., rhomboideus major m., rhomboideus minor m.dorsal
scapular a. anastomoses with the suprascapular a. and the subscapular
a. to form the scapular anastomosis; dorsal scapular a is a branch of
the transverse cervical a. in ~30% of cases
humeral, anterior circumflexaxillary a., 3rd partunnamed muscular branchesdeltoid m.; arm muscles near the surgical neck of the humerusanterior circumflex humeral a. anastomoses with the posterior circumflex humeral a.
humeral, posterior circumflexaxillary a., 3rd partunnamed muscular branchesdeltoid; arm muscles near the surgical neck of the humerusposterior
circumflex humeral a. anastomoses with the anterior circumflex humeral
a.; it passes through the quadrangular space with the axillary nerve
inferior ulnar collateralbrachial a.unnamed muscular brancheslower medial armanastomoses with the anterior ulnar recurrent a.
interosseous recurrentposterior interosseous a.unnamed muscular branchesanconeus m., elbow jointinterosseous recurrent a. anastomoses with the middle collateral a.
interosseous, anteriorcommon interosseous a.muscular brs.; a. of the median nerveflexor pollicis longus m., flexor digitorum profundus m., pronator quadratus m., radius, ulna, carpal bonesanterior interosseous a. pierces the interosseous membrane at its distal end to reach the dorsal carpal anastomosis
interosseous, commonulnar a.anterior interosseous a., posterior interosseous a.deep structures of the forearmcommon interosseous a. supplies the deep forearm flexor and deep forearm extensor muscles
interosseous, posteriorcommon interosseous a.interosseous recurrentmuscles
of the posterior (extensor) forearm compartment: supinator m., abductor
pollicis longus m., extensor pollicis longus m., extensor pollicis
brevis m., extensor indicis m.
posterior interosseous a. passes proximal to the interosseous membrane to reach the extensor compartment of the forearm
lateral thoracicaxillary, 2nd partunnamed muscular branchesserratus anterior m., parts of adjacent muscles, skin and fascia of the anterolateral thoracic walllateral thoracic a. is a rare case in that it enters the serratus anterior from its superficial surface
metacarpal, dorsal1st: radial a.; 2-4: dorsal carpal arterial archdorsal digital aa. (2)dorsum of 2 adjacent digits, excluding the distal phalangeal segmenteach dorsal metacarpal a. gives off a perforating br. that anastomoses with the deep palmar arterial arch
metacarpal, palmardeep palmar archproper palmar digital aa.interosseous mm., deep handpalmar metacarpal aa. join with the common palmar digital aa.
middle collateraldeep brachial a.unnamed muscular branchesmedial head of triceps, anconeusanastomoses with the interosseous recurrent a.
palmar arch, deepradial a., deep br. of ulnar a.palmar metacarpal aa. (2nd-4th), perforating brs.deep palm, digits including the dorsum of the distal phalangeal segmentdeep palmar arterial arch receives the majority of its blood supply from the radial a.
palmar arch, superficialulnar a., superficial palmar br. of the radial a.common palmar digital aa. (3)superficial palm, palmar surface of the digits excluding thumb, dorsum of the distal phalangeal segments of digits 2-5superficial palmar arterial arch receives the majority of its blood supply from the ulnar a.
palmar digital, commonsuperficial palmar arterial archproper palmar digital aa. (2)palmar aspect two adjacent digitscommon palmar digital aa. anastomose with palmar metacarpal aa.
palmar digital, propercommon palmar digital a.no named branchespalmar aspect of each digitproper palmar digital aa. supply the dorsum of the distal phalangeal segment and nail bed
palmar metacarpaldeep palmar archproper palmar digital aa.interosseous mm., deep handpalmar metacarpal aa. join with the common palmar digital aa.
pectoralthoracoacromial trunkunnamed muscular branchespectoralis major m., pectoralis minor m.pectoral a. accompanies the lateral pectoral n.
posterior circumflex humeralaxillary a., 3rd partunnamed muscular branchesdeltoid; arm muscles near the surgical neck of the humerusposterior
circumflex humeral a. anastomoses with the anterior circumflex humeral
a.; it passes through the quadrangular space with the axillary nerve
posterior interosseouscommon interosseous a.interosseous recurrentmuscles
of the posterior (extensor) forearm compartment: supinator m., abductor
pollicis longus m., extensor pollicis longus m., extensor pollicis
brevis m., extensor indicis m.
posterior interosseous a. passes proximal to the interosseous membrane to reach the extensor compartment of the forearm
posterior ulnar recurrentulnar a.unnamed muscular branchesmedial side of the elbow, forearm flexor mm.posterior ulnar recurrent a. often arises from a common trunk with the anterior ulnar recurrent a.
princeps pollicisradial a.two brs. to the thumbpalmar aspect of the thumb including the dorsum of the distal phalangeal segmentarteria
princeps pollicis is similar in function to a proper digital aa.; this
artery has a large pulse which can be felt when attempting to take the
pulse of a patient - use fingers to feel for the patient's pulse
proper palmar digitalcommon palmar digital a.no named branchespalmar aspect of each digitproper palmar digital aa. supply the dorsum of the distal phalangeal segment and nail bed
radialbrachial a.radial
recurrent a., palmar carpal br., superficial palmar br., dorsal carpal
br., 1st dorsal metacarpal a., princeps pollicis a., radialis indicis
a., deep palmar arterial arch
posterior elbow, posterior forearm, posterior hand, deep portion of palmar side of the hand, thumbradial
a. provides the majority of blood supply to the deep palmar arterial
arch; normally it arises at the level of the elbow but may high
branching of the brachial a. may result in the radial a. arising as
proximal as the axilla
radial collateraldeep brachial a.unnamed muscular brancheslower lateral armtravels with the radial nerve; anastomoses with the radial recurrent a.
radial recurrentradial a.unnamed muscular brancheslateral side of the elbow and adjacent extensor musclesradial
recurrent a. anastomoses with the radial collateral a.; it courses in
the groove between the brachioradialis m. and the brachialis m.
radialis indicisradial a.no named brancheslateral (radial) side of the index fingerarteria radialis indicis is equivalent to a proper digital a.
recurrent, anterior ulnarulnar a.unnamed muscular brs.medial side of elbow and proximal ends of forearm flexor mm.anterior ulnar recurrent a. often arises in common with the posterior ulnar recurrent a.
recurrent, interosseousposterior interosseous a.unnamed muscular branchesanconeus m., elbow jointinterosseous recurrent a. anastomoses with the middle collateral a.
recurrent, posterior ulnarulnar a.unnamed muscular branchesmedial side of the elbow, forearm flexor mm.posterior ulnar recurrent a. often arises from a common trunk with the anterior ulnar recurrent a.
recurrent, radialradial a.unnamed muscular brancheslateral side of the elbow and adjacent extensor musclesradial
recurrent a. anastomoses with the radial collateral a.; it courses in
the groove between the brachioradialis m. and the brachialis m.
scapular, circumflexsubscapular a.unnamed muscular branchesteres major m., teres minor m., infraspinatus m.circumflex scapular a. anastomoses with the suprascapular a. and the dorsal scapular a. to form the scapular anastomosis
scapular, dorsalsubclavian a., 3rd partunnamed muscular brancheslevator scapulae m., rhomboideus major m., rhomboideus minor m.dorsal
scapular a. anastomoses with the suprascapular a. and the subscapular
a. to form the scapular anastomosis; dorsal scapular a is a branch of
the transverse cervical a. in ~30% of cases
subclavianbrachiocephalic a. (right), aortic arch (left)1st
part: vertebral a., thyrocervical trunk, internal thoracic a.; 2nd
part: costocervical trunk; 3rd part: dorsal scapular a. (70%)
neck, brain, spinal cord, thyroid gland, larynx, shoulder, chest muscles, upper limbsubclavian
a. is continuous with the axillary a., the name change occurs at the
lateral border of the first rib; anterior scalene muscle passes anterior
to the subclavian a., dividing it into 3 parts
subscapularaxillary a., 3rd partcircumflex scapular a., thoracodorsal a.subscapularis m., teres major m., teres minor m., infraspinatus m.the
circumflex scapular branch of the subscapular a.anastomoses with the
suprascapular a. and the dorsal scapular a. in the scapular anastomosis
superficial palmar archulnar a., superficial palmar br. of the radial a.common palmar digital aa. (3)superficial palm, palmar surface of the digits excluding thumb, dorsum of the distal phalangeal segments of digits 2-5superficial palmar arterial arch receives the majority of its blood supply from the ulnar a.
superior thoracicaxillary a., 1st partunnamed muscular branchesmuscles of intercostal spaces 1 and 2superior thoracic a. anastomoses with the intercostal aa. for intercostal spaces 1 and 2
superior ulnar collateralbrachial a.unnamed muscular branchesmedial arm musclestravels with the ulnar nerve; anastomoses with posterior ulnar recurrent a.
suprascapularthyrocervical trunkmuscularsupraspinatus & infraspinatus, shoulder jointanastomoses with the circumflex scapular a. and the dorsal scapular a. to form the scapular anastomosis
thoracic, lateralaxillary a., 2nd partunnamed muscular branchesserratus anterior m., parts of adjacent muscles, skin and fascia of the anterolateral thoracic walllateral thoracic a. is a rare case in that it enters the serratus anterior from its superficial surface
thoracic, superioraxillary a., 1st partunnamed muscular branchesmuscles of intercostal spaces 1 and 2superior thoracic a. anastomoses with the intercostal aa. for intercostal spaces 1 and 2
thoracoacromialaxillary a., 2nd partpectoral br., clavicular br., acromial br., deltoid br.pectoralis major m., pectoralis minor m., subclavius m., deltoid m., shoulder jointthoracoacromial trunk pierces the costocoracoid membrane
thoracodorsalsubscapular a.unnamed muscular brancheslatissimus dorsi m.thoracodorsal a. accompanies the thoracodorsal n.
trunk, brachiocephalicaortic archright common carotid a., right subclavian a.right side of the head and neck; right upper limb and right side of the chest wallthere is only one brachiocephalic trunk
trunk, thyrocervicalsubclavian a., 1st partinferior thyroid a., transverse cervical a., suprascapular a.lower neck, posterior shoulder, thyroid glandthyrocervical trunk does not give rise to the ascending cervical a.- it is a branch of the inferior thyroid a.
ulnarbrachial a.anterior
ulnar recurrent a., posterior ulnar recurrent a., common interosseous
a., palmar carpal br., dorsal carpal br., deep palmar br., superficial
palmar arterial arch
medial side of the anterior forearm, posterior forearm, superficial palm, fingersulnar
a. supplies the majority of blood to the superficial palmar arterial
arch; it normally arises at the level of the elbow, but high branching
of the brachial a. may cause the ulnar a. to arise as far proximally as
the axilla
ulnar collateral, inferiorbrachial a.unnamed muscular brancheslower medial armanastomoses with the anterior ulnar recurrent a.
ulnar collateral, superiorbrachial a.unnamed muscular branchesmedial arm musclestravels with the ulnar nerve; anastomoses with posterior ulnar recurrent a.
ulnar recurrent, anteriorulnar a.unnamed muscular brs.medial side of elbow and proximal ends of forearm flexor mm.anterior ulnar recurrent a. often arises in common with the posterior ulnar recurrent a.
ulnar recurrent, posteriorulnar a.unnamed muscular branchesmedial side of the elbow, forearm flexor mm.posterior ulnar recurrent a. often arises from a common trunk with the anterior ulnar recurrent a.



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