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Neck arteries. The carotid arteries (common, internal and external) arise from the subclavian artery and the aortic arch (bottom), pass through the neck, and branch out across the face and skull. The vertebral artery arises from the subclavian artery and runs immediately adjacent to the vertebral column.
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