|Dorsal digital arteries|
|Source||dorsal metacarpal arteries|
|Vein||dorsal digital veins|
|Latin||Arteriae digitales dorsales manus|
arteria digitalis dorsalis
Dorsal digital arteries arise from the bifurcation of dorsal metacarpal arteries. They travel along the sides and dorsal aspects of the phalanges of the middle finger, ring finger, and little finger. They communicate with the proper palmar digital arteries.
- Atlas image: hand_blood3 at the University of Michigan Health System
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