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Embryonic upper limb - brachial and superficial brachial artery

The development of the brachial artery and the superficial brachial artery in embryonic upper limb.

(A) Absent superficial brachial artery.

(B) Type I superficial brachial artery.

(C) Type II superficial brachial artery.

(D) Type III superficial brachial artery.

During the limb development, the survival or regression of the arteries are decided by hemodynamic dominance of primitive arterial networks.

BA, brachial artery; SBA, superficial brachial artery; RA, radial artery; UA, ulnar artery.

Reference

Yang HJ, Gil YC, Jung WS & Lee HY. (2008). Variations of the superficial brachial artery in Korean cadavers. J. Korean Med. Sci. , 23, 884-7. PMID: 18955798 DOI.

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14:22, 2 February 2020Thumbnail for version as of 14:22, 2 February 2020635 × 156 (43 KB)Z8600021 (talk | contribs)The development of the brachial artery and the superficial brachial artery in embryonic upper limb. (A) Absent superficial brachial artery. (B) Type I superficial brachial artery. (C) Type II superficial brachial artery. (D) Type III superficial brachial artery. During the limb development, the survival or regression of the arteries are decided by hemodynamic dominance of primitive arterial networks. BA, brachial artery; SBA, superficial brachial artery; RA, radial artery; UA, ulnar artery....

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