artery


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Synonyms for artery

Synonyms for artery

a blood vessel that carries blood from the heart to the body

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a major thoroughfare that bears important traffic

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In one kidney (right) one renal artery had hilar entry after giving testicular branch, while the other was superior polar artery arising in common with inferior phrenic artery just lateral to origin of coeliac trunk.
In the proximity of the trachea, the tracheosyringeal trunk bifurcated into the tracheal artery, which extended cranially, and the syringeal artery, which extended caudally, to supply the relevant organs.
Bataineh and Moqattash reported the absence of the common palmar digital artery to the second web space.
The comparison of the courses of the variant SUA and the typical ulnar artery is provided in Table 1.
The pulse was absent at left superficial femoral artery and bilaterally at the posterior tibial arteries.
Variant origin of left vertebral artery was found in one male (3.
The right renal artery has from 3 to 5 cm length, and 5 to 7 mm diameter.
In patients with anomalous left coronary artery originating from the pulmonary artery, the time of clinical signs and symptoms varies.
1998) stated that in 40 cases studied, it was determined that the origin of the upper lip artery was higher to the oral commissure in 35 cases, inferior to oral commissure in four cases, and at the same level in one case; only in one case labial arteries constituted a common trunk at its origin.
A carotid artery blocked by plaque is a tragedy waiting to happen.
The posterior ethmoid artery takes a similar course along the roof of the posterior ethmoid, and it enters the nasal cavity through the cribriform plate.
The hypothesis was tested in isolated perfused lungs, isolated pulmonary artery rings, and pulmonary artery endothelial cells.