interosseous artery


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interosseous artery

The anterior, the common, or the posterior interosseous artery.
See also: artery
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The anatomic basis of fascio-cutaneous flap of the posterior interosseous artery. Surg Radiol Anat.1986;8(4): 209-15.
Also of note in this case, the common interosseous artery emerged as a branch of the radial artery, not the ulnar.
Conclusion: Reverse flow posterior interosseous artery flap in experienced hands is safe, versatile and reliable for the coverage of hand/wrist defects.
BA--Brachial Artery, SUA--Superficial Ulnar Artery, MN--Median Nerve, RA--Radial Artery, CIA--Common Interosseous Artery, CFO--Common Flexor Origin.
The common interosseous artery arises from the lateral side of the ulnar artery and divides into the anterior and posterior interosseous arteries.
The common interosseous artery was deeper and gave anterior and posterior ulnar recurrent arteries, and terminated into anterior and posterior interosseous arteries.
The original axial artery persists as the anterior interosseous artery in the forearm and the deep palmar arch in the hand.
Arterial supply is by a volar interosseous artery that may represent an end artery.
AIN branches posterior from median nerve between 2 heads of PT and with anterior interosseous artery it descend anterior to interosseous membrane between and deep to FPL and Flexor digitorum profundus (FDP) and supply both and terminate posterior to pronator quadratus.
In the cubital fossa, the brachial artery it divided into radial and common interosseous artery, while the brachial artery II ended by anastomosis with brachial artery I.

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