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Arteries of the Pelvis
...  to keep up with the blood demands of the thigh muscles. The femoral artery provides the blood supply for the hamstring muscles and the muscles near the femur are supplied by the lateral and medial circumflex femoral arteries. The popliteal artery, via small offshoots, supplies the knee joint; this particular artery then divides into two new arteries: the posterior and the anterior tibal  ...

Routes Of Circulation
...  walls. In the left coronary artery, the interventricular artery branches off, and it follows the path of the anterior interventricular sulcus in bringing the ventricles its needed blood supply. circumflex artery on the other hand takes the blood pathways and provide fresh blood supply to the left ventricle’s walls. The artery which gives blood supply to the right ventricle and right  ...


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