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).
The sciatic artery is the axial artery of the lower extremity, providing blood supply during the early stages of embryonic development.
The OBA arises comparatively late in development as a supply to a plexus which in turn is joined by the axial artery of lower limb that and accompanies the sciatic nerve (Sanduno et al.