F IG. 523 The axillary artery and its branches. ( See enlarged image )Four types of variations in origin of the posterior humeralcircumflex and profunda brachii arteries...Figure 104f Diagram showing myocardial perfusion patterns of major epicardial coronary arteries as...Figure 7. Epigastric (inferior) MIDCAB incision: A pedicled right gastro-epiploic artery is grafted...Figure 6. Redo lateral MIDCAB incision: A free radial artery conduit is grafted through a limited...NERVES (green)Figure 106a Morphology of the normal mitral valve. AMVL= anterior mitral valve leaflet; AV= aortic...Back to top What is a Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI)? Percutaneous Coronary Intervention...Figure 29 Pericarditis secondary to the fungus, nocardia, with multiple lung nodules and small left...angoextrueThe right coronary artery and its branches supply the right atrium, most of the right ventricle, and...Figure 104c Diagram showing normal aortic origin and initial distribution of four major coronary...angoextrueangoextrueFemur (Anterior View) Femur (Posterior View) Radiologic anatomy of normal distal thigh, module 1 -...35. Identify. Answer Posteriorhumeralcircumflex a.