Left Subclavian Artery

Left Subclavian Artery The structure indicated is the left subclavian artery. The subclavian arteries are located under (“sub”) the clavicle (“clavian”) and receive blood from the aortic arch. The subclavian arteries supply the arms, with some branches that extend to supply the head. The branches of the aortic arch are: Brachiocephalic artery Left common carotid artery Left subclavian artery The left subclavian artery comes directly off the arch of the aorta, whereas on the right side of the body, the brachiocephalic artery splits, giving rise to the right subclavian artery, and the right common carotid artery. The subclavian artery becomes …

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