Digital arteries of the hand

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Radial and Ulnar artery distribution
Digital arteries of the hand
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Schematic of arteries of the hand
System: Arteries
Function:
Origin:
Branches:
Insertion:
Arterial supply: Radial artery, Ulnar artery
Venous drainage: Dorsal digital veins, Volar digital veins, venae comitantes (radial), basilic vein
Lymphatic drainage:
Innervation:
Vertebral levels:
Search for arteries of hand in Gray's.

The digital arteries of the hand are the network of arteries that supply the fingers and thumb. They may be classified as palmar digital arteries, arising from the superficial palmar arch, or dorsal digital arteries, arising from the dorsal metacarpal arteries. There is some variation (see Grays).

Deep view of distribution of radial and ulnar arteries

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