axial artery


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axial artery

In the embryo, the precursor to the continuous subclavian, axillary, brachial, and interosseous arteries.
See also: artery
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Third, the AA (day 33) and its branches on both sides of the human body are derived from the axial artery which is a distal (peripheral) continuation of the seventh intersegmental artery (arteria intersegmentalis septima).
[21] In another accepted theory, Singer suggested the limb arteries arise from a main axial artery and branches arise through axial sprouting.
The sciatic artery is the axial artery of the lower extremity, providing blood supply during the early stages of embryonic development.