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Overview of Arterial Supply to Upper Limb

by James Pickering, PhD
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    The lecture Overview of Arterial Supply to Upper Limb by James Pickering, PhD is from the course Upper Limb Anatomy. It contains the following chapters:

    • Overview of blood supply to upper limb
    • Axillary artery
    • Brachial artery
    • Radial and ulnar arteries
    • Blood supply of the hand

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    1. The ulnar artery supplies the posterior compartment of the forearm
    2. The radial artery supplies the anterior compartment of the arm
    3. The radial artery enters the forearm via the cubital tunnel
    4. The ulnar artery enters the hand via the carpal tunnel
    1. The ulnar artery cannot be palpated in the anatomical snuff box
    2. The thumb is principally supplied by the ulnar artery
    3. The deep palmar arch is formed mainly by the ulnar artery
    4. The ulnar artery is a branch of the basilic artery
    5. The ulnar artery enters the hand through the carpal tunnel

    Author of lecture Overview of Arterial Supply to Upper Limb

     James Pickering, PhD

    James Pickering, PhD


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