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Angewandte Anatomie der Hirnarterien

  • James F. Toole
  • Aneel N. Patel

Zusammenfassung

Die Blutversorgung des Gehirns aus dem Herzen erfolgt über den Aortenbogen, der den Truncus brachiocephalicus (A. anonyma), die A. carotis communis sinistra und die A. subclavia sinistra als Äste abgibt. Der Truncus brachiocephalicus entspringt hinter dem Manubrium sterni und steigt bis auf Höhe der Incisura clavicularis sterni, wo er sich in die A. carotis communis dextra und die A. subclavia dextra aufgabelt. Die A. carotis communis sinistra entspringt in der Regel aus dem Aortenbogen unmittelbar links neben dem Truncus brachiocephalicus, kann jedoch auch direkt aus dem Truncus brachiocephalicus abgehen. Die Aa. subclaviae geben die Aa. vertebrales ab. Die paarigen Vertebralarterien und Karotiden steigen am Halse hoch, treten in den Schädel ein und versorgen das Gehirn (Abb. 2.1).

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Authors and Affiliations

  • James F. Toole
    • 1
  • Aneel N. Patel
    • 2
  1. 1.Bowman Gray School of MedicineWake Forest UniversityWinston-SalemUSA
  2. 2.Albany Medical College of Union UniversityAlbanyUSA

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