labyrinthine artery

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lab·y·rin·thine ar·ter·y

[TA]
internal acoustic meatal branch; a branch of the basilar artery that enters the bony labyrinth through the internal acoustic meatus to serve structures of the internal ear.
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lab·y·rin·thine ar·te·ry

(labi-rinthēn ahrtĕr-ē) [TA]
Internal acoustic meatal branch, a branch of the basilar artery that enters the labyrinth through the internal acoustic meatus.
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labyrinthine artery

A branch of the basilar or the anterior inferior cerebellar artery; it enters the internal acoustic meatus and supplies blood to the inner ear.
See also: artery
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lab·y·rin·thine ar·te·ry

(labi-rinthīn ahrtĕr-ē) [TA]
Internal acoustic meatal branch; branch of basilar artery that enters bony labyrinth through internal acoustic meatus.
Synonym(s): artery of labyrinth.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012