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angular artery

[ ănggyə-lər ]
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n.
An artery that is the terminal branch of the facial artery, distributed through the muscles and skin of the side of the nose, having anastomoses with the lateral nasal and dorsal arteries of the nose and the palpebral arteries from the ophthalmic artery.
artery of angular gyrus
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