Radial collateral artery
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|Radial collateral artery|
|Latin||arteria collateralis radialis|
The radial collateral artery (another term for the anterior descending branch of the profunda brachii artery) is a branch of the deep brachial artery. It arises in the arm proper and anastomoses with the radial recurrent artery near the elbow.
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