Interosseous recurrent artery

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Artery: Interosseous recurrent artery
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The Supinator. (Interosseus recurrent art. labeled at center right.)
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Diagram of the anastomosis around the elbow-joint. (Interosseus recurrent labeled at lower left.)
Latin a. interossea recurrens
Gray's subject #152 597
Source common interosseous artery   
Dorlands
/ Elsevier
    
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Editor-In-Chief: C. Michael Gibson, M.S., M.D. [1]



The interosseous recurrent artery (or recurrent interosseous artery) is an artery of the forearm which arises from the common interosseous artery near its origin. It ascends to the interval between the lateral epicondyle and olecranon, on or through the fibers of the supinator but beneath the anconeus. It anastomoses with the medial collateral artery.

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