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Doncouse_Jeremy_Week4-5_ADAM - C Basilic vein D Internal...

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Running head: A.D.A.M. Week 4-5 A.D.A.M. Jeremy Doncouse Mountain State University
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A.D.A.M. 2 6.15 1. A. Inferior vena cava. B. Right external iliac vein. C. Femoral vein. D. Great saphenous vein. E. Deep femoral vein. F. Abdominal aorta. G. Left common iliac artery. H. Left external iliac artery. I. Left internal iliac artery. J. Deep femoral artery. K. Left femoral artery. 6.17 1. A. Cephalic vein. B. Median cubical vein. C. Basilic vein. D. Median vein. 6.19 1. A. Left hepatic vein. B. Inferior vena cava. C. Left renal vein. D. Left common iliac vein.
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A.D.A.M. 3 E. Left external iliac vein. F. Femoral vein. G. Great saphenous vein. 6.20 1. A. Sternal head of sternocleidomastoid muscle. B. Clavicle. C. External jugular vein. D. Anterior jugular vein. E. Clavicle head of sternocleidomastoid muscle. F. Manubrium. 6.21 1. A. Subclavius vein. B. Maxillary vein.
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Unformatted text preview: C. Basilic vein. D. Internal jugular vein. E. External jugular vein. F. Right brachiocephalic vein. 6.16 1. A. Common iliac artery. B. External iliac artery. C. Internal iliac artery. D. Femoral artery. A.D.A.M. 4 E. Lateral circumflex femoral artery. F. Deep femoral artery. G. Descending branch of lateral circumflex femoral artery. H. Descending genicular artery. I. Popliteal artery. 2. A. Popliteal artery. B. Medial inferior genicular artery. C. Anterior tibial artery. D. Posterior tibial artery. E. Fibular {Peroneal} artery. F. Dorsalis pedis artery. G. Dorsal metatarsal artery. H. Arcuate artery. I. Medial plantar artery. J. Lateral plantar artery. K. Plantar arterial arch. L. Plantar digital artery. M. Plantar metatarsal artery....
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