Posterior tibial recurrent artery
|Artery: Posterior tibial recurrent artery|
|Latin||arteria recurrens tibialis posterior|
|Gray's||subject #160 635|
|Source||anterior tibial artery|
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The posterior tibial recurrent artery, an inconstant branch, is given off from the anterior tibial before that vessel passes through the interosseous space.
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