ANATOMY PRACTICAL COURSES PRACTICAL CLASS No.

17 ARTERIES OF THE THORAX, ABDOMINAL CAVITY AND PELVIS
Thorax: Unpaired visceral arteries – bronchial, esophageal, pericardial and mediastinal branches Paired parietal branches: − 3rd to 11th posterior intercostal arteries and subcostal aa. (direct branches), − 1st and 2nd post. intercostal arteries from subclavian a. − anterior intercostal arteries from internal thoracic artery − superior phrenic arteries Abdomen: Paired parietal branches – inferior phrenic aa., lumbar aa. Paired visceral branches – middle suprarenal aa., renal aa., testicular/ovaric aa. Unpaired visceral branches and their subdivisions − coeliac trunk (left gastric a., splenic a., common hepatic a.) − superior mesenteric a. − inferior mesenteric a. Pelvis : Paired visceral branches of internal iliac artery – superior vesical a., inferior vesical a., uterine a./ artery of ductus deferens, middle rectal artery, internal pudendal artery !! Review parietal branches of internal iliac artery – locomotor system. PREPARATION FOR PRACTICAL CLASS: Kahle, Platzer: Internal Organs (Vol. 2): pp. 48-49, 70 - 71. Grant´s Atlas: pp. 16-18, 20-21, 41, 46, 62, 68-69, 72-73, 102-110, 116-131, 136-137, 155156, 162-163, 177

Portal v ein, fetal circulation. Lymphatic system. Spleen. Lymphatic system. Spleen.

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