Saphenous branch of descending genicular artery
|Artery: Saphenous branch of descending genicular artery|
|The femoral artery. (Highest genicular labeled at center right.)|
|Circumpatellar anastomosis. (Highest genicular visible at upper right.)|
|Latin||r. saphenus arteriae descendentis genus|
|Gray's||subject #157 631|
|Source||descending genicular artery|
It passes between the Sartorius and Gracilis, and, piercing the fascia lata, is distributed to the integument of the upper and medial part of the leg, anastomosing with the medial inferior genicular artery.
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