Atlas of Normal and Variant Angiographic Anatomy
Saunders, 1991 - Medical - 529 pages
Realistically depicts the normal and variant anatomy of the arteries, veins, and lymphatic system. Line drawings clarify the information on normal and common variatons that the angiograms present. All illustrations in this concise text are of high quality and are labled for easy identification.
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REGIONAL ANATOMY OF THE THORACIC AORTA
ARTERIAL ANATOMY OF THE UPPER EXTREMITIES
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accessory anastomoses aorta aortic arch approximately arrow points arrowheads arteriogram arteriogram shows artery arises artery arrow artery branches Artery Figs artery origin ascending azygos basal segmental artery brachial artery brachiocephalic artery bronchial capsular celiac cent of individuals cerebral cervical circumflex artery common carotid artery Common hepatic common iliac continued on opposite deep palmar arch deep palmar branch Diagnostic Angiography distal external Figure gastric artery Gastroduodenal gastroepiploic hepatic artery iliac vein Illustration continued inferior gluteal inferior phrenic artery inferior vena cava intercostal arteries internal iliac artery internal pudendal interosseous Kadir left common carotid left gastric left hepatic left subclavian artery lumbar lymph nodes lymphatics medial middle colic obturator pancreaticoduodenal perforating plantar popliteal posterior tibial profunda proximal pulmonary artery radial artery renal artery renal vein right hepatic saphenous vein sinus superficial femoral superficial palmar arch superior mesenteric artery thoracic ulnar artery valve Variant Anatomy venogram ventricular vertebral artery vessels WB Saunders Company