Partonomy list P4, primary language: LA, subsidiary: EN, interface: EN, work in progress

arteria profunda femoris (par)

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Top level systema cardiovasculare Short Extended
Level 2 systema arteriosum Short Extended
Level 3 arteriae membri inferioris (par) Short Extended
Current level arteria profunda femoris (par)
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FMA TA UID
Short official Latin term
Short English equivalent
20741 4360
arteria profunda femoris (par)
deep femoral artery (pair) ; deep artery of thigh (pair)
20799 4361
arteria circumflexa femoris medialis (par)
medial circumflex femoral artery (pair)
20810 4362
ramus superficialis (par)
superficial branch (pair)
22417 4363
ramus profundus (par)
deep branch (pair)
20813 4364
ramus acetabularis (par)
acetabular branch (pair)
20811 4365
ramus ascendens (par)
ascending branch (pair)
22420 4366
ramus descendens (par)
descending branch (pair)
20798 4367
arteria circumflexa femoris lateralis (par)
lateral circumflex femoral artery (pair)
20804 4368
ramus ascendens (par)
ascending branch (pair)
20805 4369
ramus descendens (par)
descending branch (pair)
20806 4370
ramus transversus (par)
transverse branch (pair)
15783
rete articulare coxae (par)
cruciate anastomosis (pair); trochanteric anastomosis (pair); collateral circulation at the hip joint (pair)
69460 4371
arteriae perforantes (par)
perforating arteries (pair)
15725
arteria perforans prima (par)
first perforating artery (pair)
15727
arteria nutricia femoris proximalis (par) ; arteria nutrientis femoris proximalis (par)
proximal nutrient artery of thigh (pair) ; proximal femoral nutrient artery (pair)
15726
arteria perforans secunda (par)
second perforating artery (pair)
15728
arteria perforans tertia (par)
third perforating artery (pair)
15729
arteria nutricia femoris distalis (par)
distal nutrient artery of thigh (pair)
18 lines
83.3 %
83.3 %
Scientific notes
UID
Libelle of note
15783
The Rete articulare coxae is an arterial network, supplying the area around the caput femoris, comprising branches from the superior and inferior gluteal arteries and of the medial and lateral circumflex femoral arteries (Kachlik et al. 2018 Surg Radiol Anat 40:532-562).
Date: 23.06.2023