Correct, for the most part. I wouldn't say that the right common carotid supplies blood for just the brain. I would include that it supplies blood to the right portion of the head and neck. Also remember to hide your answer.Ok so there's the brachiocephalic artery, which supplies blood to the right arm and the brain(it bifurcates into the right subclavian and right common carotid arteries right?)Then there's the left common carotid artery( also supplies blood to the brain) and the left subclavian artery (supplies blood to the left arm).
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A balanced influx of calcium and outflow of potassium causes the plateau phase.
Probably should be on the Study Events forum, but personally I use a lot of Wikipedia.Sorry, this is random.
Where do you guys study because you seem to know lots of material?
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