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WHAT IS THE FIRST ARTERY OF THE LOWER EXTREMITY THAT THEN SPLITS INTO EVERY OTHER ARTERY
EXTERNAL ILIAC ARTERY
WHEN DOES THE ILIAC ARTERY BECOME THE FEMORAL ARTERY???
WHEN IT CROSSES THE INGUINAL LIGAMENT
THE INGUINAL LIGAMENT BECOME THE...
FEMORAL ARTERY
THE POPLITEAL ARTERY BECOMES THE...
ANTERIOR POSTERIOR TIBIAL ARTERIES
THE FEMORAL ARTERY SLPITS INTO THE ...
DEEP FEMORAL ARTERY (PROFUNDA FEMORIS)
AND THEPOPLITEAL ARTERY
WHEN DOES THE FEMORAL ARTERY BECOME THE POPLITEAL ARTERY?
WHEN IT GOES THROUGH THE ADDUCTOR HIATUS
WHERE IS THE ADDUCTOR HIATUS AND WHAT IS ITS SIGNIFICANCE?
IN THE ADDUCTOR MAGNUS AND IT IT THE DISTINCTION BTWN THE FEMORAL ARTERY AND THE POPLITEAL ARTERY
THE ANTERIOR TIBIAL ARTERY BECOMES THE...
DORSALIS PEDIS ARTERY
WHICH ARTERY CAN YOU FEEL A STRONG PULSE AT?
THE DORSALIS PEDIS ARTERY
THE MEDIAL AND LATERAL PLANTAR ARTERIES COME FROM THE...
POSTERIOR TIBIAL ARTERY
DEEP FEMORAL A. SUPPLIES THE....
POSTERIOR FEMORAL MUSCLES
PERONEAL ARTERY IS A (MEDIAL/LATERAL) BRANCH OF THE ........ ARTERY
LATERAL BRANCH OF THE POSTERIOR TIBIAL ARTERY
THE DEEP VEINS....
HAVE THE SAME NAMES AND LOCATIONS AS ARTERIES
WHAT ARE THE TWO SUPERICIAL VEINS???
GREATER SAPHENOUS
THE DEEP VEINS....
HAVE THE SAME NAMES AND LOCATIONS AS ARTERIES
WHAT ARE THE TWO SUPERFICIAL VEINS
GREATER SAPHENOUS
LESSER SAPHENOUS
GREATER SAPHENOUS COLLOUS VEINOUS BLOOD FROM... AND JOINS THE .... VEIN
THE MEDIAL LEG, KNEE AND THIGH

FEMORAL VEIN
THE LESSER SAPHENOUS VEIN RUNS UP THE .... AND JOINS THE ....
MIDLINE POSTERIOR LEG AND JOINS THE POPLITEAL VEIN