Glandular branches of facial artery
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|Glandular branches of facial artery|
The arteries of the face and scalp. (Glandular branch visible but not labeled.)
|Latin||rami glandulares arteriae facialis|
The glandular branches of the facial artery (submaxillary branches) consist of three or four large vessels, which supply the submandibular gland, some being prolonged to the neighboring muscles, lymph glands, and integument.
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