Posterior septal branches of sphenopalatine artery
|Artery: Posterior septal branches of sphenopalatine artery|
|Latin||rami septales posteriores arteriae sphenopalatinae|
|Gray's||subject #144 562|
Crossing the under surface of the sphenoid the sphenopalatine artery ends on the nasal septum as the posterior septal branches; these anastomose with the ethmoidal arteries and the septal branch of the superior labial; one branch descends in a groove on the vomer to the incisive canal and anastomoses with the descending palatine artery.
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