Auricular branch of occipital artery
|Auricular branch of occipital artery|
|Latin||Ramus auricularis arteriae occipitalis|
The auricular branch of occipital artery supplies the back of the concha and frequently gives off a branch, which enters the skull through the mastoid foramen and supplies the dura mater, the diploë, and the mastoid cells; this latter branch sometimes arises from the occipital artery, and is then known as the mastoid branch.
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