Cardiovascular System

Kidney failure

kidney failure
What is kidney failure Kidney failure means your kidneys no longer work well enough to do their job ((Kidney Failure. National Institute of Diabetes and
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Blood vessels

Blood vessels
What are blood vessels Blood vessels are not rigid tubes that simply direct the flow of blood but rather are dynamic structures that pulsate, constrict
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Vertebral artery

Vertebral artery segments
Vertebral artery The brain receives its arterial supply from two pairs of vessels, the vertebral and internal carotid arteries (Figure 1), which are interconnected in
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Subclavian artery

subclavian artery branches
Subclavian artery Three large arteries arise from the aortic arch to collectively supply the head, neck, shoulder, and upper limbs: the brachiocephalic trunk, the left
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Renal artery

renal artery
Renal artery Twenty to twenty-five percent of the total cardiac output, or about 1200 mL of blood, flows through the kidneys each minute. Each kidney
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Radial artery

radial artery location
Radial artery The radial artery originates from the brachial artery at approximately the neck of the radius and passes along the lateral aspect of the
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Iliac artery

iliac artery
Iliac artery The abdominal aorta descends to the level of the fourth lumbar vertebra (lumbar spine L4) where it divides into two common iliac arteries
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Femoral artery

femoral triangle
Femoral artery The femoral artery is the continuation of the external iliac artery and begins as the external iliac artery passes under the inguinal ligament
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Brachial artery

brachial artery blood pressure
What is brachial artery The brachial artery is a branch of a prominent artery - the subclavian artery that changes its name along its course. After
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