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Artery to Angular Gyrus (Right)
Cardiovascular System

Artery to Angular Gyrus (Right)

Arteria gyri angularis

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The artery to angular gyrus arises from the inferior terminal branch of the middle cerebral artery. It travels posterolaterally, through the lateral sulcus, and then further posteriorly along the lateral surface of the cerebral hemisphere towards the angular gyrus, which it also travels along.

The artery to angular gyrus provides an arterial supply to the angular gyrus and adjacent areas along the lateral surface of the cerebral hemisphere.

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Middle Cerebral Artery

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The middle cerebral arteries (MCA) pass laterally into the sylvian fissure, where they turn posteriorly to pass in the fissure superiorly towards the parietal region.

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