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    superior and inferior. Next we have the right atrium, from the right atrium the flows through the tricuspid valve. Upcoming the blood flow goes through the right ventricle, to the pulmonary valve, succeeding to the pulmonary artery than to the right and left lung. On the left side of the heart we have pulmonary veins the blood flow continues to the left atrium, through the bicuspid valve. The following the blood goes through the left ventricle to the aortic valve, than to the aorta, to the rest of the whole body. The heart is a very complicated…

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    peripherally administered TPA (tissue plasminogen activator). However, Dr. Philips documented Dr. Kilpadikar called with the result of the CT and stated that there appeared to be a hyperdense MCA (middle cerebral artery) sign. Dr. Philips documented with those findings, Mr. Green did meet relative contraindication for peripheral TPA. Therefore, Dr. Phillips documented while at the bedside, he discussed these findings with Mr. Green and his sister. Dr. Phillips documented Mr. Green remained…

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    Title Anatomical variation of the superior thyroid artery and its relation to the external laryngeal nerve. Introduction The thyroid gland is the largest endocrine gland located in the anterior triangle of the neck. It consists of two lobes, right and left, connected by an isthmus in the middle. The thyroid gland is mainly supplied by the superior thyroid artery, the first branch of the external carotid artery, and the inferior thyroid artery, a branch of the thyrocervical trunk of the…

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    Arterial system of frog Blood vessels, which carry oxygenated blood away from heart to different part of the body, are called arteries. They constitute a system called arterial system. Truncus arterious gives two branches right aortic trunk and left aortic trunk. Each aortic trunk again divides into three branches- a) Carotid arch: it divides into – Lingual artery – it supplies blood to tongue and hyoid. Common carotid – it supplies blood to buccal cavity and brain. it consists swelling at the…

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    Atherosclerosis is an underlying pathology that can lead to common cardiovascular diseases including coronary heart disease, stroke, and acute myocardial infarction. It is also the leading cause of death in the United States.1 Atherosclerosis-related disease accumulated to 68% of deaths in the United States in the year 2010.1 Often, it remains undiagnosed and is only determined as an underlying cause when an individual has a dangerous episode of stroke or myocardial infarction. Atherosclerosis…

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    Brain aneurysms are also referred to as a cerebral aneurysm or intracranial aneurysm. There are four major blood vessel s that supply blood to the brain, two carotid arteries and two vertebral arteries. These blood vessels join together to form the Circle of Willis at the base of the brain, smaller arteries leave the circle and branch out to supply brain cells with oxygen and nutrients. The artery junction points may become weak, as the artery wall becomes thinner from dilation, the blood flow…

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    guarantee that the far wall intima–media thickness will be correctly measured (90_ angle between ultrasound array and arterial wall). A poorly visualized near wall may indicate a non-optimal imaging view. Furthermore the leading edge of the near wall intima–lumen interface is used when measuring lumen diameter (see below and Fig. 4). The leading edge echo from the lumen–intima interface and from the media–adventitia interface of the far wall can be recorded for the common carotid artery and…

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    Discovered in 1913 by a man named Nikolai Anichkov, atherosclerosis is a disease where things like calcium and fat build up in the arteries and block blood flow. Arteries harden as a result of it, and it’ll cause problems transferring blood around the body. The plaque will form a barrier, and can cause serious problems in the body, like other diseases and disorders. The results are possibly deadly. There is a layer on the inside of every vein that keeps it smooth called endothelium. It allows…

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    1. Which do you think are the two, most common places to detect pulse and count the heart rate? The carotid pulse and the brachial pulse because the arteries are the larger ones that are near the surface of our skin so we can feel the pulse more. 2. What are some factors that can increase or decrease the heart rate and the beat you feel at each pulse point? Doing certain exercises can help increase the heart rate and to decrease the heart rate your can do something more relaxing. 3. Athletes…

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    Peripheral artery disease (PAD), also known as arterial occlusive disease, is the obstruction or narrowing of aortic passages--including lumen and its major branches. This blockage interrupts blood flow, usually to the feet and legs. The prognosis will vary depending on the occlusion's site. The symptoms vary depending on the location of the occlusion. For example: in femoral arteries, having pain in the feet, no pulse in ankles and feet, and pallor or coolness in legs are symptoms.…

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