The internal carotid artery and its branches

21 The internal carotid artery and its branches


The internal carotid artery is very difficult to feel at its origin and impossible to palpate along its intracranial course. Happily, some of its terminal branches appear on the face where they are fairly easily palpated. These branches serve mainly to direct us to the side of reduced cerebral blood flow, and enable us to evaluate our results.



Nov 7, 2016 | Posted by in MANUAL THERAPIST | Comments Off on The internal carotid artery and its branches
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