Companion artery to sciatic nerve

companion artery to sciatic nerve com·pan·ion artery to sciatic nerve (kəm-pān’yən)
An artery with its origin in the inferior gluteal artery, with distribution to the sciatic nerve, and with anastomoses to the branches of the deep artery of the thigh.


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