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Anatomica Karnataka - an International Journal
Periodical of Karnataka Chapter of Anatomists
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The High Origin of Radial Artery and its Clinical Significance

Swaroop. N, Dakshayani.K.R.

Abstract
During routine dissection in the Department of Anatomy, MMC&RI, Mysore, a high origin of radial artery in the left upper limb with superficial course in arm and forearm was found in a male cadaver aged around 40 years.
The radial artery normally arises as a smaller terminal branch of brachial artery at the level of neck of radius. In the present case, the radial artery in the left arm was originating from brachial artery in the proximal 1/3rd of the arm. The course of the radial artery is superficial throughout in arm and forearm. There was also communication seen between radial and ulnar artery at the level of neck of radius. Thereafter the brachial artery continued as an ulnar artery in usual manner. On the right side the radial artery is found to be normal.
The knowledge of these variations of radial artery is important for the diagnostic, interventional and surgical procedures.

Key words: High origin of radial artery, Superficial radial artery, Superficial brachial artery



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N, Swaroop., and Dakshayani.K.R. 2011. The High Origin of Radial Artery and its Clinical Significance . Anatomica Karnataka - an International Journal , 5 (2), 32-35.



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N, Swaroop., and Dakshayani.K.R. "The High Origin of Radial Artery and its Clinical Significance ." Anatomica Karnataka - an International Journal 5 (2011), 32-35.



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N, Swaroop., and Dakshayani.K.R. "The High Origin of Radial Artery and its Clinical Significance ." Anatomica Karnataka - an International Journal 5.2 (2011), 32-35. Print.



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