Medical Definition of Arteria radicularis magna

1. Largest of the medullary arteries which supply the spinal cord by anastomosing with the anterior (longitudinal) spinal artery; it arises from a lower intercostal or upper lumbar artery (on the left side about 65% of the time) supplying most of the blood to the lower two-thirds of the anterior spinal artery. See: medullary arteries of brain. Synonym: artery of Adamkiewicz, great anastomotic artery, great radicular artery. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Arteria Radicularis Magna

arteria poplitea
arteria precunealis
arteria princeps pollicis
arteria profunda brachii
arteria profunda femoris
arteria profunda linguae
arteria pudenda
arteria pulmonalis
arteria pulmonalis dextra
arteria pulmonalis sinistra
arteria radialis
arteria radialis indicis
arteria radicularis magna (current term)
arteria ranina
arteria rectalis
arteria rectalis inferior
arteria rectalis media
arteria rectalis superior
arteria recurrens
arteria recurrens radialis
arteria recurrens tibialis anterior
arteria recurrens tibialis posterior
arteria recurrens ulnaris
arteria renalis
arteria retinae centralis
arteria retroduodenalis
arteria sacralis lateralis

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