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Occipitotemporal Branch of Medial Occipital Artery (Left)
Cardiovascular System

Occipitotemporal Branch of Medial Occipital Artery (Left)

Ramus occipitotemporalis arteriae occipitalis medialis

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The occipitotemporal branch arises from medial occipital artery. It travels posterolaterally towards the occipital and temporal lobes, which it provides an arterial supply to.

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