pubic branch of obturator artery

(redirected from ramus pubicus arteriae obturatoriae)

pu·bic branch of ob·tu·ra·tor ar·ter·y

branch arising from the obturator artery just prior to its passage through the obturator canal; the branch passes superiorly on the posterior aspect of the pubis. Anastomosis: with contralateral partner and pubic branche of inferior epigastric artery. See: accessory obturator artery, pubic branch of inferior epigastric artery.
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