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Answer the following questions following the normal direction of flow of blood in the arteries. 1. The three branches of the celiac trunk deliver oxygenated blood the following three organs: , , and .
2. The femoral artery is the continuation of the artery just distal to the inguinal
3. Arterial blood supply to the medial aspect of the forearm is provided by the artery.
4. The artery is the most commonly used to check pulse, while the
artery is most commonly used to check BP.
5. Vertebral arteries are branches of the artery.
6. The artery enters the skull anteriorly to provide cerebral circulation.
T. The two vertebral arteries will unite to form the artery.
8. Posterior aspect of the leg receives oxygenated blood via the artery. 9. Blood to the small and large intestines are carries by the superior and inferior
10. Brachiocephalic trunk will divide into and arteries.

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