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Question Conflicting info on aortic arch derivative?

I need help to clarify derivatives of first and second aortic arch.

Kaplan Anatomy (2011, P.306):
Blank in the table for artery derivatives for arch 1 and 2.

BRS Anatomy (6th edition, P.158):
Aortic arch 1 has no derivative because it disappears soon after development.
Aortic arch 2 has no derivative because it persists only during the early development.

FA (2012) P.135:
1st part - part of maxillary artery (branches of external carotid)
2nd - stapedial artery and hyoid artery

Wikipedia: (in the table)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pharyngeal_arch
1st part - maxillary artery, external carotid artery
2nd part - stapedial artery and hyoid artery

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Go with FA! ... and by the way, 2012 info you gave, is the same as in 2011.
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