Radialis indicis artery | definition of radialis indicis artery by Medical dictionary
radialis indicis artery
ra·di·a·lis in·di·cis ar·ter·y [TA]
origin, radial, as it becomes the deep palmar arch, or the princeps pollicis artery; distribution, radial side of index finger.
ra·di·a·lis in·di·cis ar·te·ry (rā'dē-ā'lis in'di-sis ahr'tĕr-ē) [TA]
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The first palmar metacarpal artery also gave origin to radialis indicis artery
which in turn ran deep to tendons of the index finger to reach index finger.
Thence it forms deep palmar arch in the palm after giving off the princeps pollicis and radialis indicis artery
. A common interosseous artery arises from the ulnar artery, divides into anterior and posterior interosseous arteries.