arterial circle

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arterial circle

[TA]
a circumferential formation of anastomosing arteries.
Synonym(s): circulus arteriosus [TA]
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The most detailed description of circulus arteriosus cerebri was published by Kanan, but this work don't showed photographs and topography by sections of these vessels in relation to the different parts of the head and encephalon.
A quantitative study of the circulus arteriosus cerebri of the camel (Camelus dromedarius).
Arteries that supply the brain and the formation of circulus arteriosus cerebri in donkeys.
Both the arteries reach at the base of brain and form a circular arterial channel called the circulus arteriosus. Circulus arteriosus was first investigated by the scientist Thomos Willis in 1962.
Circulus arteriosus was studied on 150 formalin preserved brains of human cadavers.
Different Types of Circulus Arteriosus Were Found in the Present Study (Figure 1).
Normal and Complete Circulus Arteriosus without any Gross Variation Was Found in 90 Cases (60%) (Figures 2(a) and 2(b)).
The cerebral arterial circle (Circulus Arteriosus Cerebri): an anatomical study in fetus and infant samples.
As far back as in the 1658 originates the first description of the arterial ring at the base of the brain (circulus arteriosus cerebri Willisi), through the detailed description given by Tomas Willis in 1664th to date were conducted numerous studies related to this circle.
Le cercle arteriel du cerveau (circulus arteriosus cerebri) Anat Clin 1979;1:241-57.