|Latin||a. nutricia, a. nutriens|
|Gray's||subject #18 88|
The medullary or nutrient artery, usually accompanied by one or two veins, sends branches upward and downward to the bone marrow, which ramify in the medullary membrane, and give twigs to the adjoining canals.
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