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comes

 [ko´mēz] (pl. comi´tes) (L.)
an artery or vein accompanying a nerve trunk.
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co·mes

, pl.

com·i·tes

(kō'mēz, kom'i-tēz),
A blood vessel accompanying another vessel or a nerve; the veins accompanying an artery, often two in number, are called venae comitantes or venae comites.
[L. a companion, fr. com-, together, + eo, pp. itus, to go]
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co·mes

, pl. comites (kō'mēz, kom'i-tēz)
A blood vessel accompanying another vessel or a nerve; the veins accompanying an artery, often two in number, are called venae comitantes or venae comites.
[L. a companion, fr. com-, together, + eo, pp. itus, to go]
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