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Arteries are blood vessels that carry blood away from the heart. All arteries, with the exception of the pulmonary and umbilical arteries, carry oxygenated blood.
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Coronary circulation is the circulation of blood in the blood vessels of the heart muscle. Although blood fills the chambers of the heart, the muscle tissue of the heart is so thick that it requires coronary blood vessels to...
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The carotid arteries supply oxygen-rich blood to your brain. ... You have two common carotid arteries—one on each side of your neck—that divide ...
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Artery, one of the tubular vessels that conveys blood from the heart to the tissues of the body. ... Blood Vessels: Arteries - The Human Heart: An Online ...
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Arteries are tough on the outside and smooth on the inside. ... The arteries deliver the oxygen-rich blood to the capillaries where the actual ...
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Arteries and veins are types of blood vessels that bring blood to and from your heart. ... Veins and Arteries ... These arteries lead to your bones, muscles, ...
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... of The Circulatory System explores the structure and function of the blood vessels called arteries. ... of the Great Arteries - TGA - Information About ...
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WebMD explains what causes clogged arteries, or arterial plaque. ... Arteries are blood vessels that carry blood rich in oxygen throughout your body. ...
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An artery is an elastic blood vessel that transports blood away from the heart. ... Systemic arteries deliver blood to the rest of the body. ...
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Arteries of varying size comprise a greater arterial blood system that includes, ... In larger arteries, the outer, middle, and inner endothelial and muscle layers ...
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Why do some people develop hardening of the arteries? ... Although the arteries become progressively damaged over many years, the initial ...
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Arteries. Front View Animation. Lateral View Animation. Midsagittal View Animation ... The Medulla is supplied by the vertebral arteries. ...
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Description of the arteries of the human circulatory system. ... These arteries are therefore highly contractile, their degree of contraction or ...
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Stretched end-to-end, the arteries, veins, and other vessels of the human ... No doubt about it, the heart and arteries are remarkable. ...
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As the arteries move away from the heart, they divide into smaller vessels. ... largest arteries are about as thick as a thumb. The smallest arteries are ...
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Arteries adapt themselves more quickly than most other structures to any ... Many arteries are tortuous, especially when they supply movable parts such as ...
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