Superior genicular arteries
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|Superior genicular arteries|
The femoral artery.
|Latin||Arteriae genus superiores|
The superior genicular arteries (superior articular arteries), two in number, arise one on either side of the popliteal artery, and wind around the femur immediately above its condyles to the front of the knee-joint.
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