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Nutrient artery

nutrient artery

(Science: anatomy, artery) An artery of variable origin that supplies the medullary cavity of a long bone.

Synonym: arteria nutricia, nutrient vessel.


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Re: How does the Digestive System relate to the Circulatory/Resp

... OK Iam sorry :) :D The Hepatic Artery and hepatic Portal vein Carry oxigen and nutrient rich blood to the liver :) , while the hepatic vein transports blood from the live ...

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