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Afferent (from Latin, ad meaning "to" and ferre meaning "to carry") is an anatomical term with the following meanings:
- Conveying towards a center, for example the afferent arterioles conveying blood toward the Bowman's capsule in the kidney, in the opposite direction to the efferent arterioles
- Something that so conducts, see Afferent nerve fiber
Afferent may refer to:
- Afferent couplings
- Afferent lymphatic vessels
- Afferent pupillary defect
- Afferent vessels (disambiguation)
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