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Tested Anatomic Features
  • Bifurcation at the elbow
    • common interosseous branches off ulnar artery 
      • it subdivides into anterior interosseous artery and posterior interosseous artery
 
 

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(OBQ08.52) A trauma patient undergoes an upper extremity angiogram seen in Figure A. Which of the following correctly labels the arteries W, X, Y, Z respectively? Review Topic

QID: 438
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Brachial, radial, radial recurrent, ulnar

1%

(13/1754)

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Brachial, radial, posterior interosseous, ulnar

1%

(18/1754)

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Ulnar, anterior interosseous, posterior interosseous, radial

22%

(394/1754)

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Radial, anterior interosseous, posterior interosseous, ulnar

71%

(1247/1754)

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Radial, radial recurrent, common interosseous, ulnar

4%

(68/1754)

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