Concept Information

Arteria femoralis

Anatomical Terms Info - Concept Id (ATI-ConceptId / ATICID)

1167

Foundational Model of Anatomy Id(s) (FMAIDs)

70248

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by: O.P. Gobée ADMIN, MD., Netherlands  [Change Id: 1]
NEW Structure/Concept:Arteria femoralis [ATI-ConceptId:1167]
SET (or ADDED) Term for this Structure/Concept:Femoral artery
SET (or ADDED) Term for this Structure/Concept:Arteria femoralis
SET (or ADDED) Term for this Structure/Concept:Artère fémorale
SET (or ADDED) Term for this Structure/Concept:Trunk of femoral artery
Primary Term:Arteria femoralis
SET (or ADDED) Foundational Model of Anatomy Id (FMAID):70248
SET (or ADDED) Contributor:Jose Mejino
REASON FOR CHANGE(S): Initial import from AnatomicalTerms.info 1.0 database, originally extracted and imported from Foundational Model of Anatomy database, 2007.
by: A.A.H. (Fred) van Immerseel, Other Health Practitioner, Netherlands  [Change Id: 3]
NEW Term for this Structure/Concept:Dijbeenslagader
REASON FOR CHANGE(S): Import Dutch terms
by: Professor Dr Ian Whitmore, MD. Prof., Anatomist, Faculty in Health Related Topic, United Kingdom  [Change Id: 10002]
NEW Term for this Structure/Concept:superficial femoral artery
by: Professor Dr Ian Whitmore, MD. Prof., Anatomist, Faculty in Health Related Topic, United Kingdom  [Change Id: 10003]
DELETED Term for this Structure/Concept (was MOVED To Concept 'superficial femoral artery' [ATI-ConceptId: 7309] ):superficial femoral artery [ATI-TermId: 31110]
NEW Link/Relation:superficial femoral artery [ATI-ConceptId: 7309] is a part of Arteria femoralis [ATI-ConceptId: 1167]
by: Professor Dr Ian Whitmore, MD. Prof., Anatomist, Faculty in Health Related Topic, United Kingdom  [Change Id: 10018]
DELETED Term for this Structure/Concept:Trunk of femoral artery
by: O. Paul Gobée, MD., Anatomist, e-learning developer, Netherlands  [Change Id: 10021]
NEW Link/Relation:Trunk of femoral artery [ATI-ConceptId: 4771] is a part of Arteria femoralis [ATI-ConceptId: 1167]
REASON FOR CHANGE(S): Arteria femoralis is another concept, this concept is the trunk of the arteria femoralis
by: O. Paul Gobée, MD., Anatomist, e-learning developer, Netherlands  [Change Id: 10024]
CHANGED Definition or Description [Artery that arises as a continuation of ...] INTO:The main artery of the thigh, starting as continuation of the {external iliac artery}, where it crosses the {inguinal ligament}, and ending where it continues as the {popliteal artery} on entering the {adductor hiatus}.
SET Singular/Plural TO:Singular
SET Repetition Pattern TO:One instance on the left and one instance on the right
SET Left/right specific TO:Generic (side not specified)
SET Numbered TO:This concept/structure is NOT numbered
REASON FOR CHANGE(S): add links to other anatomical structures in the definition
by: Professor Dr Ian Whitmore, MD. Prof., Anatomist, Faculty in Health Related Topic, United Kingdom  [Change Id: 10577]
CHANGED Definition or Description [Artery that arises as a continuation of ...] INTO:The continuation of the {external iliac artery}, where it crosses the {inguinal ligament}, to its continuation as the {popliteal artery} on entering the {adductor hiatus}.
by: Marcus Breemer, MSc., Medical Student, Netherlands  [Change Id: 10976]
CHANGED Definition or Description [Artery that arises as a continuation of ...] INTO:The continuation of the {external iliac artery}, where it crosses the {inguinal ligament}, to its continuation as the {popliteal artery} upon entering the {adductor hiatus}.
by:  [Change Id: 34838]
NEW Term for this Structure/Concept:股动脉
REASON FOR CHANGE(S): mass Import of Chinese terms from Excel 20-05-2016
by: O. Paul Gobée, MD., Anatomist, e-learning developer, Netherlands  [Change Id: 49940]
CHANGED Definition or Description [Artery that arises as a continuation of ...] INTO:Artery that arises as a continuation of the {external iliac artery} at its crossing of the {inguinal ligament} and extends to its continuation as the {popliteal artery} at the {adductor hiatus}.
REASON FOR CHANGE(S): Adapted to definition vetted by AACA CAT