cortical radiate arteries

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cortical radiate arteries

[TA]
the branches of the arcuate arteries of the kidney radiating outward through the renal columns and cortex and supplying the glomeruli.

cortical radiate arteries

arteries originating from the arcuate arteries of the kidney and distributed to the renal glomeruli. Also called interlobular arteries of kidney.

cor·ti·cal ra·di·ate ar·te·ries

(kōr'ti-kăl rā'dē-ăt ahr'tĕr-ēz) [TA]
The branches of the arcuate arteries of the kidney radiating outward through the renal columns and cortex and supplying the glomeruli.