human body


Question by  savioceg (15)

What are the main arteries of the body?


Answer by  carol (1241)

The aorta is the main artery of the body. Other major arteries include the carotid, which supplies blood to the brain and the femoral artery, a large leg artery.


Answer by  macman (249)

Your aorta and the pulmonary artery. The pulmonary artery takes blood that was oxygenated by the lungs and brings it back to the heart. The aorta transports blood to body.


Answer by  kmain (103)

The main arteries of the body are carotid, subclavian, pulmonary, brachial, hepatic, mesentaric, renal, radial, ulnar, aorta, common iliac, lateral circumflex, femoral, popliteal, and the anterior and posterior tibial arteries.


Answer by  Drynose (66)

they are, carotid arteries to the head, subclavian arteries, axillary arteries, brachial arteries, ulnar arteries, radial arteries from shoulder to hand, thoracic, abdominal aorta for the body trunk and iliac arteries supplying pelvic region and legs.

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