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Anatomy Popliteal and Brachial Artery Collaterals!

A patient has hereditary clotting problem. An arteriogram reveals clot in popliteal artery at its proximal end. Which vessel shall allow blood to reach the foot?
1. Anterior Tibial
2. Posterior Tibial
3. Peroneal
4. Lateral Circumflex Femoral
5. Superior Medial Genicular


A boy has stab wound in arm. During surgery, brachial artery were ligated at its origin, which artery would supply blood to profunda brachii artery?

1. lateral Thoracic
2. Subscapular
3. Post Humeral Circumflex
4. Superior ulnar Collateral
5. Radial Recurrent
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1st qn = 5 , 2nd qn = 4
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i think 1 for Q1 And for Q2 ans is 2
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1 question is 4
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Question 1:4
Wuestion 2: 3
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