Interosseous recurrent artery
The interosseous recurrent artery is a branch of the posterior interosseous artery.
|Interosseous recurrent artery|
Arteries on the posterior aspect of the elbow, including the interosseous recurrent artery
|Origin:||Posterior interosseous artery|
|Arterial supply:||Anconeus, supinator|
|Search for Interosseous recurrent artery in Gray's.|
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.
- Radial collateral branch of profunda brachii
- Posterior ulnar recurrent artery
- Inferior ulnar collateral artery