Inferior labial artery
|Artery: Inferior labial artery|
|The labial coronary arteries, the glands of the lips, and the nerves of the right side seen from the posterior surface after removal of the mucous membrane.|
|The arteries of the face and scalp. (Inferior labial labeled at bottom right.)|
|Latin||ramus labialis inferior arteriae facialis, arteria labialis inferior|
|Gray's||subject #144 555|
|Vein||inferior labial vein|
The Iinferior labial artery (inferior labial branch of facial artery) arises near the angle of the mouth; it passes upward and forward beneath the Triangularis and, penetrating the Orbicularis oris, runs in a tortuous course along the edge of the lower lip between this muscle and the mucous membrane.
- inferior+labial+branch+of+facial+artery at eMedicine Dictionary
- SUNY Figs 23:05-07 - "Superficial arteries of the face."
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