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A patient develops a blood clot in the femoral artery of the left lower limb.

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  1. Would you find a pulse in the left inguinal region- yes or no? Type answer as one of the two choices given using lowercase letters. (1 point)
  2. Would you find a pulse in the left popliteal region- yes or no? Type answer as one of the two choices given using lowercase letters. (1 point)
  3. Would you find a pulse in the left dorsal pedal artery- yes or no? Type answer as one of the two choices given using lowercase letters. (1 point)

If the clot developed in the femoral vein instead and a portion of the clot broke loose.

  1. What is the largest vein the embolus will travel through back to the heart? Type answer as three words, separated by one space and using lowercase letters. (1 point)
  2. Which side of the heart would the embolus return to- right or left? Type answer as one of the two

choices given using lowercase letters. (1 point)

  1. If the embolus travels to the next organ in the blood circulation before becoming lodged in the capillaries, in what organ would it be found? Type answer as one word using lowercase letters. (1 point)
  2. Based on the physiology of this organ, if the embolus lodged in this organ, what symptom(s) are likely? Answer in 1 or 2 short sentences. Be sure to explain in your own words, using simple terms, correct grammar, spelling and punctuation. Copied and pasted answers may receive 0 credit. (2 points)

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