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- Narew River in Poland. The term anabranch has been used for segments of anastamosing rivers. Online Etymology Dictionary Douglas Harper Gylys, Barbara A.;...
- They also occur on peneplains and some of the larger river deltas. Anastamosing rivers are similar to braided rivers and are quite rare. They have multiple...
- the internal iliac artery or the uterine artery. The ****l arteries anastamose (are joined) along the side of the **** with the cervical branch of...
- ****. These then end in branches in the submucosa, which join with (anastamose) with branches of the middle and inferior rectal arteries. Arteries of...
- subarachnoid space and send branches into the spinal cord. They form anastamoses (connections) via the anterior and posterior segmental medullary arteries...
- The tubal branch of uterine artery is an artery anastamosing with the tubal branches of the ovarian artery. Agur, Anne M.; Dalley, Arthur F. (2013). Grant's...
- of the internal structures of the arm. The artery then continues on to anastamose with the recurrent radial branch of the brachial artery, providing a diffuse...
- surface of the bone, grooving the axillary border. All these vessels anastamose or join to connect the first part of the subclavian with the third part...
- These supply the head of the pancreas. These vessels join together (anastamose) in the middle. The body and neck of the pancreas drain into the splenic...
- with the systemic venous system. In cases of portal hypertension these anastamoses may become engorged, dilated, or varicosed and subsequently rupture....
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