By Helga Fritsch, Wolfgang Kuehnel
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A small ascending branch, is also usually derived from the inferior thyroid artery. The suprascapular artery (A9) passes laterally and posteriorly to enter the supraspinous fossa above the superior transverse ligament of the scapula. It continues around the neck of the scapula, where it usually anastomoses with the circumflex scapular artery (a branch of the subscapular artery, p. 54). The transverse cervical artery (A10) travels transversely across the neck, passing between the nerves forming the brachial plexus.
Stimulation of parasympathetic cardiac nerves leads to decreased heart rate and force of contraction. reduced excitation and slower impulse conduction in the atrioventricular node. Cardiac Plexus The sympathetic cardiac nerves and parasympathetic cardiac branches ramify and travel along the base of the heart where they join to form the cardiac plexus (A4). Based on topographical features the cardiac plexus can be divided into superficial (A4ai and deep parts (A4b). Embedded within the plexus are smaller and larger collections of nerve cells.
48). Common Carotid Artery. External Carotid Artery 47 j,E 14 18 7 B Carotid bifurcation A Common carotid artery and branches of external carotid artery 10 C Lingual artery with branches 48 E !.. Cardiovascular System: Arteries of Head and Neck Maxillary Artery The largest terminal branch of the external carotid artery (A2), the maxillary artery (A-Ct) arises below the temporomandibular joint and turns posterior to the neck of the mandible (A3) to travel to the deep structures of the face. There it courses between the masticatory muscles and ascends toward the pterygopalatine fossa (A4).
Color Atlas of Human Anatomy, Volume 2: Internal Organs 5th Edition by Helga Fritsch, Wolfgang Kuehnel