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HKin 191 Lab 4: Anatomy of the cardiovascular system (2) HKin191 page 1 of 4 JLR 2009 Vascular anatomy of the upper limbs, chest, abdomen and lower limbs Objectives : this lab introduces you to the large systemic arteries and veins. You should be able to trace the route of blood from the heart to any region of the body and back to the heart (with the exceptions of the gas exchange regions of the lungs, which we will cover in the pulmonary section of the course). Those of you who have not taken HKin 190 may benefit from reviewing the major bones, as many of the blood vessels are named for the bones near which they travel. You are also responsible for blood vessel anatomy (covered in the introduction and well explained in the text book). 1) The major blood vessels of the arms and shoulders. Identify the following blood vessels and their main functions. Locate on the models and pictures Blood vessel GENERAL Region perfused/drained Arteries subclavian artery (R,L) axillary artery (R,L) brachial artery (R,L) deep brachial artery (R,L) radial artery (R,L) ulnar artery (R,L) ulnar collateral (R,L) superficial palmar arch (R,L) deep palmar arch (R,L)
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This note was uploaded on 05/21/2011 for the course BHK 191 taught by Professor Jim during the Spring '11 term at UBC.

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