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Articular vascular network of knee

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Articular vascular network of knee

An arterial network over the front and sides of the knee, formed by branches of the descending genicular artery, of the five genicular arteries from the popliteal, of the anterior tibial recurrent, and of the fibular circumflex branch of the posterior tibial.

Synonym: rete articulare genus.