Where is the axillary artery?

Answer The axillary artery is a large blood vessel that carries blood from the heart to the thorax (upper chest), the axilla (the armpit area) and the upper arm. The axillary artery itself runs from just ... Read More »

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Where is the axial artery?

In humans, the axial artery, also called the axillary artery, supplies blood to the side of the upper chest, armpit and upper arm. The artery extends from near the first rib into the upper arm.Refe... Read More »

Where is the right iliac artery?

The abdominal aorta divides on the left side of the body of the fourth lumbar vertebra, into the two common iliac arteries. The right iliac artery is longer than the left, and it passes across the ... Read More »

Where is your jugular artery?

There is no jugular artery. On either side of the neck are internal and external jugular veins, according to the book "Principles of Human Anatomy, 9th Ed.," by Gerard Tortora. The two external jug... Read More »

Where is the left main coronary artery?

Leaving the left ventricle, blood enters the aorta. At the beginning of the aorta, at the top of the heart, are "left" and "right" coronary (also called "main") arteries. The left main is on the le... Read More »