pubic branch of obturator artery(redirected from ramus pubicus arteriae obturatoriae)
pu·bic branch of ob·tu·ra·tor ar·ter·y[TA]
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.
Synonym(s): ramus pubicus arteriae obturatoriae [TA]
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