arteria ar·te·ri·a (är-tēr'ē-ə)
n. pl. ar·te·ri·ae (-tēr'ē-ē')
The neck contains the spine, the gullet, and the arteria (or windpipe).
These appearances were propagated into the arteria innominata.
The arteria venalis hath two valves called mitrales, because they are like a bishops mitre.
Why do we call the common trunk of the right subclavian and carotid, the arteria innominata?
He did not use the word "arteria" (arthria) for either of them.
On the atrophy of the provisional vessels the whole of the blood of the arteria centralis passes into the retina.
It has no pulmonary artery, but receives branches from the arteria cœliaca.
The arteria innominata, the carotid, and subclavian arteries, were uncommonly large and thick.