Interosseous recurrent artery

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The interosseous recurrent artery is a branch of the posterior interosseous artery.

Interosseous recurrent artery
Interosseous recurrent artery.GIF
Arteries on the posterior aspect of the elbow, including the interosseous recurrent artery
System: Arterial
Function:
Origin: Posterior interosseous artery
Branches:
Insertion:
Arterial supply: Anconeus, supinator
Venous drainage:
Lymphatic drainage:
Innervation:
Vertebral levels:
Search for Interosseous recurrent artery in Gray's.

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Anatomical Course

The interosseous recurrent artery arises as a branch of the posterior interosseous artery. It ascends between anconeus and supinator to the area between the lateral epicondyle and olecranon, where it forms its anastamoses.

Relations

Anastamoses

Arterial Supply to

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