common interosseous artery

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com·mon in·ter·os·se·ous ar·ter·y

[TA]
origin, proximal part of ulnar artery; branches, anterior and posterior interosseous.
Synonym(s): arteria interossea communis [TA]

com·mon in·ter·os·se·ous ar·te·ry

(kom'ŏn in'tĕr-os'ē-ŭs ahr'tĕr-ē) [TA]
Origin, ulnar; branches, anterior and posterior interosseous.
Synonym(s): arteria interossea communis.

common interosseous artery

A branch of the ulnar artery; the branches of the common interosseous artery include the posterior and the anterior interosseous arteries.
See: brachial artery for illus.
See also: artery
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Both types usually originate from the proximal segment of the ulnar artery (arteria ulnaris), from the common interosseous artery (arteria interossea communis) or from the anterior interosseous artery (arteria interossea anterior).
1 represents the case when there are two main arterial trunks in the arm ("doubled BA") and the variant superficial brachial artery continues as the ACNM or the common interosseous artery.
The common interosseous artery, which usually arises from the ulnar artery, in this case emerged as a short branch of the radial artery distal to the radial tuberosity (Figure 1B).
6), described a superficial brachioulnoradial artery as a superficial brachial artery branching at the elbow into radial and ulnar arteries and coexisting with a typical brachial artery that continues as the common interosseous trunk.
The brachial artery after crossing the elbow joint bifurcates into radial artery and common interosseous artery at the level of neck of radius bilaterally [FIGURE 3].
The common interosseous artery arises from the lateral side of the ulnar artery and divides into the anterior and posterior interosseous arteries.
The common interosseous artery is a short branch of the ulnar, passes back to the proximal border of the interosseous membrane and divides into anterior and posterior interosseous arteries.
In the cubital fossa, the brachial artery it divided into radial and common interosseous artery, while the brachial artery II ended by anastomosis with brachial artery I.
Photograph 2: Showing the brachial artery diving into radial and common interosseous artery in the cubital fossa (right upper limb).
They observed that the superficial radial artery gave origin to the radial recurrent artery and the common interosseous trunk.
Variations in the divisions of the brachial artery have been reported, the brachial artery divides more proximally than usual into radial, ulnar and common interosseous artery.
A common interosseous artery arises from the ulnar artery, divides into anterior and posterior interosseous arteries.

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