Ulnar Artery
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Ulnar Artery

The ulnar artery is one of the major blood vessels in the forearm and hand. It originates from the brachial artery in the upper arm, coursing along the medial aspect of the forearm and running parallel to the ulnar bone. Introduction The radial and ulnar arteries are in charge of providing the blood supply to…

Radial Artery
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Radial Artery

The radial artery, a major blood vessel in the human body, plays a crucial role in the circulatory system. Arising from the brachial artery in the forearm, it runs along the radius bone, hence its name, and is responsible for supplying oxygenated blood to the forearm and hand. Introduction One of the brachial artery’s two…

Artery Vs Vein
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Artery Vs Vein

Arteries and veins are fundamental components of the circulatory system, playing distinct yet complementary roles in the transportation of blood throughout the body. While both are blood vessels, they exhibit notable differences in structure, function, and the composition of blood they carry. Introduction: The blood vessels in your body cover more than 60,000 km. There…

Popliteal Artery
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Popliteal Artery

Introduction In the distal part of the adductor magnus muscle, the popliteal artery is a deeply situated continuation of the femoral artery opening. It passes through the popliteal fossa before dividing into the anterior and posterior tibial arteries at the popliteus muscle’s bottom border. The popliteal artery, which crosses the intercondylar fossa, is the deepest…

Brachial Artery
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Brachial Artery

The brachial artery is a major blood vessel situated in the upper arm. It is one of the main arteries responsible for supplying oxygenated blood to the arm and forearm regions. Arising from the axillary artery at the lower border of the teres major muscle, the brachial artery descends along the medial aspect of the…