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Arises from the posterosuperior suprapleural membrane and the right aspect of the first part of the subclavian recurrent laryngeal nerve lie inferior and artery and ends where the arteries from the posterior to it.
It angles posteriorly between Left subclavian artery-first part. Arises from the medial border of scalenus anterior and the arch of the aorta just posterior and the lateral border of longus colli in the apex slightly to the left of the origin of the left of the pyramidal space before entering the common carotid artery at the level of the foramen in the transverse process of C6 intervertebral disc of T3lT4.
It passes behind its anterior tubercle carotid tubercle upwards and then, behind the left sterno- of Chassaignac. Lying anterior to this first clavicular joint, it arches laterally over the part are the common carotid artery and the suprapleural membrane to the medial edge vertebral vein and, more medially, the of scalenus anterior. Anterior to it in the inferior thyroid artery and middle cervical thorax are the left common carotid artery, ganglion.
On the left the thoracic duct the left brachiocephalic vein, the left vagus crosses it anteriorly. Posterior to it are the and its cardiac branches and the left phrenic anterior primary rami of C7 and C8 nerves nerve.
Posterior to it lie the left side of the and more medially the inferior cervical oesophagus, the thoracic duct and longus stellate ganglion.
The second part of colli. Medial to it is the trachea, the left the artery ascends within the foramina recurrent laryngeal nerve and, more of the transverse processes of C6 to C l , superiorly, the thoracic duct. In the neck accompanied by sympathetic nerves and it is crossed anteriorly by the left phrenic vertebral veins.
It passes out posteriorly nerve and the thoracic duct. It then turns anteriorly to pierce the Other branches, not illustrated, are atlanto-occipital membrane lateral to the mediastinal, thymic, sterna1 and perforating cervicomedullary junction.
It pierces the mammary. Ascends along the medulla where it joins the artery from the medial edge of scalenus anterior. Just below opposite side at the lower border of the pons the anterior tubercle of C6 it turns medially to form the basilar artery.
Other branches, to reach the lower thyroid gland, passing not illustrated, are spinal, meningeal and between vertebral artery and vein muscular. Its terminal Internal thoracic artery. Arises from the branches are often amongst the recurrent anterior aspect of the first part of the laryngeal nerve. Other branches of inferior subclavian artery and passes inferiorly thyroid artery, not illustrated, are glandular, behind the brachiocephalic vein and the pharyngeal, oesophageal and tracheal.
It then angles medially to lie Superior intercostal artery. Passes inferiorly, posterior to the upper six costal cartilages, anterior to the necks of the first two ribs to between the internal intercostal and provide the posterior intercostal arteries for transversus thoracis muscles. It terminates at the first two intercostal spaces. Posterior to it are the From:Subclavian art posterior cord and subscapularis whilst To: Brachial art lateral to it is the lateral cord of the brachial plexus.
This is the continuation of the subclavian artery.
It commences at the lateral border of Third part extends from the lower border of the 1st rib and ends at the inferior border of pectoralis minor to the inferior border of teres major to become the brachial artery. Anterior It is divided into three parts by pectoralis to it are pectoralis major, the clavipectoral minor.
It is invested in a fascia1 sheath fascia and the median nerve. Medial to it lie arising from the prevertebral fascia.
Posterior to it are the radial nerve, teres First part is medial to the upper border of major, subscapularis and the tendon of pectoralis minor and has one branch. On its lateral side lie the Anterior to it is the clavipectoral fascia, musculocutaneous nerve, lateral root head subclavius and the lateral pectoral nerve.
Passes nerve and the medial cord of the brachial posteriorly through the quadrangular space plexus. Lateral to it are the lateral and with the axillary nerve to supply shoulder posterior cords of the brachial plexus.
Second part has pectoralis minor lying Note.
Lateral thoracic artery and pectoral anterior to it and has two branches. Medial branches of the thoraco-acromial trunk are to it is the axillary vein and medial cord of important supply vessels for the breast. Coracobrachialis, biceps and its tendon also lie on its lateral This is the continuation of the axillary artery side.
The artery lies first on the long and then beginning at the lower margin of the teres the medial head of triceps, then brachialis major and ending in the cubital fossa at the in the lower third of the arm. Dauzvardis, Ph. McNulty, Ph.
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