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systema arteriosum

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Short official Latin term
Short English equivalent
45840 3725
systema arteriosum
arterial system
8612 3726
truncus pulmonalis
pulmonary trunk
8700 3729
bifurcatio trunci pulmonalis
bifurcation of pulmonary trunk
66326 14659
arteriae pulmonales P3 40 children
pulmonary arteries
3734 3769
aorta
aorta
3736 3770
ascending aorta
3768 3799
arcus aortae
arch of aorta
3771 3800
(isthmus aortae )
(aortic isthmus )
3801
glomera aortica ; corpora paraaortica
aortic enlargements ; paraaortic bodies
3932 3802
truncus brachiocephalicus
brachiocephalic trunk
3936 3803
(arteria thyroidea ima )
(thyroid ima artery)
13658
radix arteriae subclaviae dextrae
root of right subclavian artery
3951 4050
arteria subclavia
subclavian artery
13659
radix arteriae carotis communis dextrae
root of right common carotid artery
3939 3804
arteria carotis communis; arteria carotica communis
common carotid artery
13660
radix arteriae carotis communis sinistrae
root of left common carotid artery
3939 3804
arteria carotis communis; arteria carotica communis
common carotid artery
13661
radix arteriae subclaviae sinistrae
root of left subclavian artery
3951 4050
arteria subclavia
subclavian artery
3939 3804
common carotid artery (pair)
3951 4050
arteria subclavia (par) P3 123 children
subclavian artery (pair)
3784 4173
descending aorta
70798 4115
arteries of upper limb (pair)
70814 4339
arteries of lower limb (pair)
24 lines
70.8 %
75.0 %
Scientific notes
UID
Libelle of note
4115
Variations of the main upper limb arterial trunks occur in about 20% of cases. They comprise trunks with superficial course, high origins, variant vessels or combinations, including: Arteria brachialis accessoria, Arteria brachioradialis superficialis, Arteria brachioulnoradialis superficialis,and Aarteria brachiomediana superficialis (Kachlik et al. 2017 Surg Radiol Anat 39:405-417).
Date: 23.06.2023