Wilkie artery

Wil·kie ar·te·ry

(wil'kē ahr'tĕr-ē)
The right colic artery when it occasionally crosses the duodenum.
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Wilkie,

David P.D., Scottish surgeon, 1882-1938.
Wilkie artery - the right colic artery when it occasionally crosses the duodenum.
Wilkie disease - partial or complete block of the superior mesenteric artery. Synonym(s): superior mesenteric artery syndrome
Wilkie syndrome
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