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Subcostal Arteries

The subcostal arteries are the final pair of parietal branches produced by the thoracic aorta. They are located under the last ribs; however, they remain in sequence along with the aortic intercostal arteries. A posterior branch which behaves similarly as the posterior branch produced by an ordinary

Pulmonary Arteries

The pulmonary arteries emerge via the Truncus Arteriosus and the Sixth Pharyngeal Arch. It divides into two branches Right Pulmonary Artery and Left Pulmonary Artery. The right and left pulmonary arteries supply deoxygenated blood to the lungs via the right ventricle of the heart. The branching of

Inferior Epigastric Artery

The inferior epigastric artery emerges deep towards the inguinal ligament, via the terminal part of the external iliac artery, often straight via the source of the deep circumflex iliac artery, and also seldom as a common trunk along with the obturator artery. It is often referred to

Superior Epigastric Artery

The superior epigastric artery emerges around the sixth or seventh costal cartilage and is a section of internal thoracic artery. While moving across the diaphragm in the space between the costal as well as the sternal parts of the muscle, it declines to the anterior abdominal wall.

Descending Aorta

The descending aorta is the section of the thoracic aorta which is constrained into the posterior mediastinum. It originates leveled along with the lower boundary of the fourth thoracic vertebra, consistent with the aortic arch, and also terminates anterior to the lower boundary of the twelfth thoracic

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