Superficial Temporal Artery Internal Carotid ArteryExternal Carotid Artery Common Carotid Arteries Subclavian Artery Superior Vena CavaPulmonary Arteries HeartInferior Vena Cava Common Iliac Artery Aorta Descending Aorta
Common Iliac Vein Subclavian VeinAxillary Vein Axillary ArteryBrachial Artery Ulnar Artery Radial Artery Basilic VeinInternal Iliac Artery External Iliac VeinExternal Iliac Artery Great Saphenous Vein Femoral Artery Femoral Vein
Tibial Arteries Small Saphenous Vein Tibial Veins
STRUCTURE AND POSITION
As both arteries arise from different arteries on each side hence they vary in shape and relations a bit.
Right Subclavian Artery arising from brachiocephalic artery is a little shorter than left one.
Left Subclavian Artery arising from arch aorta travels upwards more than right one.
Both of them are located in thorax.
Subclavian Artery lies in Thorax.
Subclavian Vein accompanies it but gets separated by Anterior Scalene Muscle which lies anterior to artery.
Brachial Plexus is present posterosuperiorly to it.
Subclavian artery is divided into 3 parts by Anterior Scalene Muscle passing anterior to it.
First part before muscle gives off three branches:
Internal Thoracic Artery
Second part below muscle gives Costocervical Trunk.
Third Part after muscle gives Dorsal Scapular Artery.
Subclavian Artery terminates by forming Axillary Artery.