Wow! What a question: From the right femoral vein up to the inferior vena cava, then into the heart's right atrium, past the tricuspid valve, into the right ventricle, then up past the pulmonary semilunar valve, out of the heart and into the pulmonary trunk, into the pulmonary arteries, to the lungs, then the pulmonary veins bring the blood back to the heart's left atrium, past the mitral valve, into the left ventricle, past the aortic semilunar valve, then out of the heart into the Aortic arch, down the dorsal Aorta, into the inferior mesenteric artery, and then into the colon, or large intestine. That was one heck of a trip!
for blood to reach the right atrium from the small intestines it follows this path: Small veins - portal vein- liver- inferior caval vein - right atrium The blood flows mostly northwards
Blood flow in the leg begins at the femoral artery. From there, it runs to the popliteal artery, anterior tibial artery, dorsalis pedis artery, and finally, the dorsal metatarsal arteries.
It goes threw tour esophagus (your throat) to your small intestines to your large intestines to your nice, large, plump stomach creepy right! Lol!
The large intestines are located in the peritoneal sack. Inside, they start at lower right abdominal area, go up, across, down, across, and down into the rectum and anus.
many such as liver ,gall bladder , both small and large intestines , and kidneys.
My mum has two femoral arteries in her right leg and one in the left.
The small intestines go all around your stomach and joins the Large Intestines at the lower Right of you body. Then it runs up and then around the front of your "stomach" just below the belt line and then down the Left side to the annus. the large intestine leads to the bowls, and it preforms the act of removing all fluids (i.e. water) from the waste product, solidifying it
Right Femoral Artery -> Right External Iliac Artery -> Right Common Iliac Artery -> Abdominal Aorta -> Aorta -> Right Coronary Artery I think below is a better answer: R Femoral A. > R Ext. Iliac > R Common Iliac > Abdominal Aorta> Thoracic Aorta > Aortic Arch
Head (In arteries)> Arterial Capillary Bed>Venus Capillary Bed>Veins>Jugular Veins>Superiod Vena Cava> Right Atrium (of heart>Right Ventricle (of Heart)> Pulmonary Arteries>Left Atrium (Of heart)> Left Ventricle (Of heart)>Aorta>Femoral Artery. After the Femoral artery the blood flow varries, unless you can give a more specific answer than "leg"
Pulmonary Semilunar Valve
It is located in the lower portion of the abdominal cavity...it is the ending portion of the large intestines right before the anus...
The organs that are on the right side of the body are, the liver, kidney, and a lung. There are some portion of the large and small intestines as well.
The Pulmonary Artery which takes the deoxygenated blood to the lungs.
Right femoral artery, right external iliac artery, right common iliac artery, abdominal aorta, thoracic aorta, descending aorta, aortic arch, ascending aorta, right coronary artery.
Portal vein, liver, hepatic vein, inferior vena cava.
No clot or other blockage was found in the right deep femoral aftery. Good news.
The clot runs up the femoral vein into the iliac vein then into the inferior vena cava then into the righr atrium to the right ventricle from where it is pumped into the lungs.
Nope. It goes to the kidneys or intestines first.... It starts at the Left lung. Travels into the left atrium and then into the left ventricle. Then up into the aorta and then gets separated into the kidneys and intestines. From the inestines it enters the liver and ends up in the right atrium and then the right ventricle. From there it goes to the pulmonary artery and then into the right lung.
Weird man ... small intestines, portal vein, liver, inferior vena cava, right heart, lungs, left heart, aorta, right arm.
Pulmonary Semilunar Valve
It depends on where the blood ends up. Let's say we are talking about the path from right atrium to the foot: right atrium-->right ventricle-->lungs-->left atrium-->left ventricle-->aorta-->iliac artery-->external iliac artery-->femoral artery-->popliteal artery-->anterior tibial artery-->dorsalis pedis artery.