Medical Definition of Great anastomotic artery

1. Origin, brachial; distribution, arm muscles at back of elbow; anastomoses, anterior and posterior ulnar recurrent, superior ulnar collateral, profunda brachii, and recurrent interosseous, as part of the articular network of the elbow. Synonym: arteria collateralis ulnaris inferior, arteria anastomotica magna, great anastomotic artery. (05 Mar 2000)



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great alveolar cells
great anastomotic artery (current term)
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