Definition of Arteria poplitea
1. Noun. A continuation of the femoral artery that branches to supply the legs and feet.
Medical Definition of Arteria poplitea
Lexicographical Neighbors of Arteria Poplitea
Literary usage of Arteria poplitea
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Engravings of the Arteries: Illustrating the Second Volume of the Anatomy of by Charles Bell (1811)
"arteria poplitea* or main artery of the limb after coining through the tendon of the ... arteria poplitea, Wounded by a Sabre : Principles of Surgery, p. ..."
2. Medicinisch-chirurgische Rundschau (1868)
"188 Aneurysma der arteria poplitea, geheilt durch ... 93 arteria poplitea, Aneurysma derselben, geheilt durch ..."
3. The Economy of Nature Explained and Illustrated on the Principles of Modern by George Gregory (1798)
"... through the hollow of the ham, it is called the arteria poplitea. While in the ham it fends ofF branches, ..."