Supply the name of the missing vein in this sequence: axillary vein, subclavian vein,
The strong pulse that is felt by pressing gently along either side of the trachea usually indicates the location of the
A)internal carotid artery.
C)external carotid artery.
The phrenic arteries
A)continue along the ventral surface of the brain.
B)deliver blood to the diaphragm.
C)travel within the mediastinum, supplying tissues of the thoracic cavity.
D)give rise to arteries that supply tissues of the lungs not involved in gas exchange, the esophagus, pericardium, and other mediastinal structures.
E)deliver blood to the last portion of the large intestine and rectum.
Emanating from the descending thoracic aorta, the vessels that supply blood to the vertebral column area and the body wall are called the
A)superior mesenteric arteries.
D)inferior mesenteric arteries.