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Main arteries of the lower limb (English)

Main arteries of the lower limb (English)

The main artery supplying the hip and thigh region is the femoral artery. Soon after its origin, the femoral artery gives off the deep femoral artery to supply the deep structures of the thigh. The femoral artery continues into the popliteal fossa to become the popliteal artery, which supplies the knee region. After a short course, the popliteal artery terminates as the anterior and posterior tibial arteries, which go on to supply the anterior and posterolateral regions of the leg, respectively.
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