radial artery n.
An artery with its origin in the brachial artery, with branches to the radial recurrent, dorsal metacarpal, and dorsal digital arteries, the principal artery of the thumb, the palmar metacarpal, and muscular, and carpal arteries.
Radial index artery.
The position of the radial artery is described in Experiment 102.
In arteriosclerosis with low tension the radial artery is usually so rigid that very little pulse wave can be obtained.
The gorilla's teeth had missed the radial artery only by a fluke of fortune.
To estimate the blood pressure by palpating the radial artery is most deceptive.
The radial artery was palpated to determine the presence of sclerosis.
They were in a section of the passage now that corresponded roughly to the statue's radial artery.
High tension and sclerosis of the radial artery were respectively found in about one-half of the cases.
I was called to see a gentleman who had attempted suicide by slashing the radial artery at the wrist.
This aberrant artery anastomosed below the elbow-joint with the radial side of the radial artery.
The radial artery at the wrist is the one commonly used by physicians for feeling it.