Which of these is not an unpaired visceral branch of

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44. Which of these is NOT an unpaired visceral branch of the abdominal aorta? A. celiac artery B. superior phrenic artery C. superior mesenteric artery D. inferior mesenteric artery E. All of these ARE unpaired visceral branches of the abdominal aorta.
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47. Which of these arteries might a red blood cell encounter if it started in the left ventricle and went to the brain?
48. The ____________ is (are) responsible for transporting blood to the upper limbs. A. subclavian arteries B. common carotid arteries C. external carotid arteries D. internal carotid arteries E. cerebral arterial circle (circle of Willis)
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50. The ______________ is (are) formed when the vertebral arteries unite at the base of the brain.
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52. The kidneys receive their blood from the A. inferior mesenteric arteries. B. renal arteries. C. suprarenal arteries. D. superior mesenteric artery. E. celiac trunk.
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56. The first vessel to branch from the aortic arch is the A. right subclavian artery. B. right common carotid artery. C. left subclavian artery. D. brachiocephalic artery. E. left common carotid artery.
57. The vessels that supply blood to most of the brain tissue are branches off of the _____ at the base of the brain.

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