Match the arteries in column A with the regions supplied in column B.  Column B1. jaw, teeth, and face2. larynx, trachea, thyroid gland3. kidney4. upper digestive tract, spleen, and liver5. foot and toes6. gluteal muscles7. triceps muscle8. thoracic wall9. posterior abdominal wall10. adrenal gland11. diaphragm12. lower colon13. brain14. forearm muscles15. knee joint Column A a. anterior tibialb. celiacc. costocervicald. deep brachiale. external carotidf. inferior mesentericg. internal carotidh. internal iliaci. lumbarj. phrenick. popliteall. renalm. suprarenaln. thyrocervicalo. ulnar

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Match the arteries in column A with the regions supplied in column B. 
 Column B
1. jaw, teeth, and face
2. larynx, trachea, thyroid gland
3. kidney
4. upper digestive tract, spleen, and liver
5. foot and toes
6. gluteal muscles
7. triceps muscle
8. thoracic wall
9. posterior abdominal wall
10. adrenal gland
11. diaphragm
12. lower colon
13. brain
14. forearm muscles
15. knee joint

Column A

a. anterior tibial
b. celiac
c. costocervical
d. deep brachial
e. external carotid
f. inferior mesenteric
g. internal carotid
h. internal iliac
i. lumbar
j. phrenic
k. popliteal
l. renal
m. suprarenal
n. thyrocervical
o. ulnar

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