radialis indicis artery

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ra·di·a·lis in·di·cis ar·ter·y

origin, radial, as it becomes the deep palmar arch, or the princeps pollicis artery; distribution, radial side of index finger.
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ra·di·a·lis in·di·cis ar·te·ry

(rā'dē-ā'lis in'di-sis ahr'tĕr-ē) [TA]
Origin, radial; distribution, radial side of index finger.
Synonym(s): arteria radialis indicis, arteria volaris indicis radialis, radial index artery.
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[sup][1] About one-third of the SPA is formed by ulnar artery alone; the second-third by the superficial palmar branch of radial artery and the remaining third by arteria radialis indicis, a branch of either arteria princeps pollicis or the median artery.

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