Common interosseous artery
|Artery: Common interosseous artery|
|Diagram of the anastomosis around the elbow-joint.|
|Arteries of the back of the forearm and hand.|
|Latin||arteria interossea communis|
|Gray's||subject #152 596|
|Branches||anterior interosseous, posterior interosseous|
The common interosseous artery, about 1 cm. in length, arises immediately below the tuberosity of the radius.
List of arteries of upper limbs
|Axillary||scapular anastomosis - 1st part superior thoracic - 2nd part thoracoacromial (deltoid branch) - lateral thoracic - 3rd part subscapular (circumflex scapular, thoracodorsal) - anterior humeral circumflex - posterior humeral circumflex|
|Brachial||profunda brachii (radial collateral, medial collateral) - ulnar collateral artery (superior, inferior)|
|Radial||forearm: radial recurrent superficial palmar branch - princeps pollicis (radial of index finger)|
|Ulnar||forearm: ulnar recurrent (anterior, posterior) - common interosseous (anterior, posterior, recurrent) deep palmar branch|
|Arches||dorsal carpal arch: dorsal metacarpal (dorsal digital) deep palmar arch: palmar metacarpal|
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