Palmar carpal arch

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Palmar carpal arch
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Deep view of ulnar and radial arteries (palmar carpal arch visible at level of "volar radial carpal" and "volar ulnar carpal", but not labeled)
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Palmar carpal branch of radial artery and palmar carpal branch of ulnar artery
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Anatomical terminology

The palmar carpal arch is the combination (anastomosis) of two arteries: the palmar carpal branch of radial artery and the palmar carpal branch of ulnar artery.

This anastomosis is joined by a branch from the anterior interosseous artery above, and by recurrent branches from the deep palmar arch below, thus forming a palmar carpal network which supplies the articulations of the wrist and carpus.

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This article incorporates text from a public domain edition of Gray's Anatomy.